Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Lasha Darsalia has delivered his remarks at the Council of Europe in connection with the 20th Consolidated Report on the Conflict in Georgia

In his remarks, the Deputy Foreign Minister spoke about the Russian Federation’s occupation of the Georgian regions and steps taken towards factual annexation, as well as about the difficult security, human rights and humanitarian situation on the ground.  


A statement on behalf of the EU was made during the review of the CoE Secretary General’s 20th Consolidated Report on the Conflict in Georgia

While reviewing the CoE Secretary General’s 20th Consolidated Report on the Conflict in Georgia at the Committee of Ministers Deputies of the Council of Europe, a statement on behalf of the EU was made where the EU reaffirms its support for peaceful resolution of the conflicts and confidence building proj...


The 20th Consolidated Report on the Conflict in Georgia discussed at the Council of Europe

13.11.2018, Strasbourg – The Committee of Ministers Deputies of the Council of Europe reviewed the 20th Consolidated Report on the Conflict in Georgia, which covers the period between April and September, 2019 and deals with the difficult human rights and humanitarian situation in Georgia’s occupied...


Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia regarding the recent escalation of the situation between Gaza Sector and State of Israel

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia is concerned by the recent escalation of the situation in Gaza and South of Israel. We express deep sorrow over the casualties among the civil population caused by the rocket attacks, claiming lives of innocent people and injuring dozens.


“I would like to express my great belief that the Georgian Presidency will be a successful one” - Marija Pejčinović Burić

“I would like to express my great belief that the Georgian Presidency will be a successful one, Secretary General of the Council of Europe Marija Pejčinović Burić is quoted as saying. 


Our achievements should be attributed to close cooperation between Georgia and the Council of Europe – Zalkaliani

11.11.2019, Tbilisi - “The ownership of these achievements should be attributed to both the Council of Europe and Georgian authorities as an example of our rewarding cooperation” - Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani said at the ceremony of launching the Council of Europe Action Plan for Georgia 2020-2...


Presidency of the Council of Europe is a huge responsibility for Georgia and an opportunity to further strengthen the vales of the organization – Zalkaliani

 11.11.2019, Tbilisi – Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani met with Secretary General of the Council of Europe Marija Pejčinović Burić who paid her first official visit to Georgia.