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President of Georgia meets with EU ambassadors

President Giorgi Margvelashvili has met with the ambassadors of EU member states in Georgia at a working dinner today. At the meeting with European Diplomats, the president discussed preparatory works for the period since the initialing of the EU Association Agreement until its final ratification. The situation on Georgia’s occupied territories was also touched. The head of the state called upon the international society once again to express their position and respond to the decision of the Russian Federation about expanding its border into the depth of occupied Abkhazia with 11 kilometers.
"We regularly hold meetings with the EU ambassadors on the issues of ratification of EU Association Agreement. At today’s meeting we discussed the ongoing processes, we talked about the obligations and action plan, which the country will have after the agreement is signed. Naturally, we also discussed regional issues… We expressed our concern regarding the expansion of Russian border-line into the depth of the Georgian territory. Together with the representatives of the Foreign Ministry we pointed out that such issues should not be delayed, but promptly responded by the international society", - President said.
At the meeting, the parties also discussed the details of providing EU assistance to Georgia and the issues, which are the most topical among the international challenges.
The working dinner with the president of Georgia was also attended by the National Security Secretary Irine Imerlishvili, State Minister for European Integration Aleksi Petriashvili, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Davit Zalkaliani, President’s Adviser for Foreign Relations Ivane Matchavariani and the head of the President’s Administration, Lasha Abashidze.
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