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Relations between Georgia and Hungary

 

Hungary

Hungary

Diplomatic relations between Georgia and Hungary were established on 14 May 1992.

 

Ambassadors of Georgia to Hungary

 

Zaza Kandelaki - 05.06.2013 - present

Zviad Chumburidze 09.03.2009 -09.03.2013 (with residence in Budapest)

Konstantine Jghenti (Charge d'Affairs) (2008)

Viktor Dolidze (03.12.2005 -31.12.2007) (with residence in Vienna)

Giorgi Arsenishvili (29.12.2001 - 15.07.2004) (with residence in Vienna)

 

Ambassadors of Hungary to Georgia (with residence in Tbilisi)

Sándor Szabó - 21.11.2011 - at present

Gábor Sági - October 2008 - August 2011

 

Ambassadors of Hungary to Georgia (with residence in Kiev)

2008 - Sándor Juhasz

2007-2008 - Andras Barsony

2003-2007 - Janos Tóth

2002-2003 - Ferenc Kontra

1999 - 2002- Ernő Keskeny

1993-1999 - Dyörgy Nanovfszky 

 

Fields of Cooperation

 

Hungary supports Georgia's territorial integrity and sovereignty within Georgia's internationally recognized borders. Georgia and Hungary have developed close cooperation in number of fields of mutual interest. Hungary supports Georgia's European and Euro-Atlantic aspirations. The Parties actively cooperate within the framework of the international and regional organizations.  Successfully progresses the cooperation between the legislative bodies of the two countries. There are friendship groups established in the Parliaments.

Georgia and Hungary are involved in the AGRI project, which envisages transportation of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Georgia through the Black Sea to Europe.

 

 

In order to foster economic cooperation governments of Hungary and Georgia have established bilateral economic inter-governmental commission in December 2013. 

 

Trade turnover between 2009 and 2013 

 (mln. USD)

Years

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

turnover

25.19

28.70

36.55

53.3

51

export

0.25

0.21

2.16

0.3

0.4

import

24.94

28.49

34.39

53

50.6

 

 

 

High-level Visits

 

From Georgian Side:

 

2014

February 12-14 - Mr. David Usupashvili Chairman of Parliament;

 

2013

April 3-5 - Mr. Irakli Alasania, Minister of Defence;

May 13-14 - Mr. Maia Panjikidze, Minister of Foreign Affairs;

 

2012

February 16 - Mr. Nika Gilauri, Prime Minister;

March 21 - Ms. Vera Kobalia, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development;

April 12 - Mr. Grigol Vashadze, Minister of Foreign Affairs;

May 17-18 -Mr. David Bakradze, Chairman of the Parliament;

 

2011

22-23 May - Mr. Mikheil Saakashvili, President;

October 3-4 - Mr. Ivane Merabishvili, Minister of Interior.

 

From Hungarian Side:

 

2013

30 September - Mr. Mr.Peter Szijjarto, State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations of the Hungarian Prime-Minister's Office;

 

2012

26-27 September - Mr. Viktor Orban, Prime Minister;

26-27 November - Mr. Sandor Pinter, Minister of Interior;

 

2011

19-21 May - Mr. Laszlo Kover, President of the National Assembly.

 

 

Bilateral Political Consultations between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and Hungary

 

17-18 December, 2013 -Budapest

19-20 October, 2010 - Budapest

October 2009 - Tbilisi

 

 

Georgian Embassy in Hungary:

Address1125 Budapest, Virányos út 6/b

Tel+36 (1) 202-33-90

Fax:+36 (1) 214-32-99

E-mail:   budapest.emb@mfa.gov.ge

 

Hungarian Embassy in Georgia:

AddressLvov st. N83

Tel+995 (32) 2 399008;
Fax: +995 (32) 2 399004
E-mail: hunembtbs@gmail.com

 

 ბმულები

http://hungary.mfa.gov.ge/index.php?sec_id=92&lang_id= - Georgian Embassy in Hungary;

http://www.mfa.gov.hu/kulkepviselet/GE/en/mainpage.htm - Hungarian Embassy in Georgia;

http://www.mfa.gov.hu/kum/en/bal/ - Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Hungary;

http://www.keh.hu/index.html - Hungarian President;

http://www.budapest-parliament.com/ - Hungarian Parliament;

http://www.kormany.hu/en - Hungarian Prime Minister's office.

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