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On the 17-18th March, the Minister of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Accommodation and Refugees of Georgia,  Davit Darachvelidze had official visit in the Republic of Poland. In the frame of the visit the Minister held meetings with Mr. Piotr Stachańczyk, Secretary of State, Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Poland, Mr. Rafal Rogala,  the Head of the Office for Foreigners and Mr. Dominik Tracz, BG Brigadier General, Border Guards Commander in Chief.

Publication date: 21.03.2014

The Georgian Foreign Ministry does not recognize the referendum conducted in Crimea on the 16th of March 2014 amid pressure from Russian armed forces, in defiance of the universally recognized norms and principles of International Law, with complete disregard for the Ukrainian national laws. Russia's attempt to annex Crimea represents a blatant violation of the commitments it has undertaken both under multilateral and bilateral agreements.

Publication date: 17.03.2014

The Georgian Foreign Ministry expresses its extreme concern regarding the recent developments in Crimea, Ukraine. Russia declared its decision to deploy additional troops in Crimea, Ukraine on the pretext of protecting the lives of its citizens, until the situation is "normalized" - a decision, which in fact amounts to the launch of aggression against sovereign and independent Ukraine, ironically by Russia, which, along with the United States of America and Great Britain, is guarantor of Ukraine's independence, sovereignty and inviolability of borders under the Budapest Memorandum dated 5 December 1994.

Publication date: 03.03.2014

Two Congressmen Ted Poe (R-Texas) and Bill Keating (D-Mass) of the United States House of Representatives initiated a draft resolution affirming the support of the United States for Georgia's accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Two Congressmen Ted Poe (R-Texas) and Bill Keating (D-Mass) of the United States House of Representatives introduced a draft resolution affirming the support of the United States for Georgia's accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. According to the draft Resolution, the United States Administration supports Georgia's aspirations to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO); 

Publication date: 28.02.2014

The Georgian Foreign Ministry welcomes the formation of a new government in Ukraine. The importance and responsibility of this new government are tremendous in terms of normalizing ongoing complex processes in the country. The Georgian Foreign Ministry hopes that the new government will take effective steps to meet the expectations of the Ukrainian people, to overcome the crisis, and to ensure the country's territorial integrity and sovereignty, the rule of law and the holding of democratic presidential elections. Political and economic stability play a decisive role in securing Ukraine its rightful place in the bigger European family.

Publication date: 28.02.2014

The Georgian Foreign Ministry is deeply concerned by the resumption of the illegal activities of Russian occupation forces along the occupation line in the Tskhinvali region. In the last few days, the Russian occupation troops have resumed the erection of barbed-wire fences in areas close to the villages of Ghogheti and Atotshi (Kareli district). It needs to be considered that the installation of such fences in the occupied Tskhinvali region had been suspended for the past two weeks.

Publication date: 26.02.2014

The Georgian Foreign Ministry welcomes the steps which have been taken towards normalizing the complex processes currently taking place in Ukraine. The Ministry hopes that the country's political crisis will be resolved, that all effective reforms will be carried out in line with the Ukrainian people's legitimate democratic and European aspirations, and that the country will assume its dignified position in the bigger European family - all based upon full respect for its sovereignty and territorial integrity as well as for the rule of law, through the firm will and efforts of the Ukrainian people, and with the active support of the international community.

Publication date: 26.02.2014

Dnia 19 lutego 2014 roku w Ambasadzie Gruzji RP obyło się spotkanie Polsko-Gruzińskiej Grupy Parlamentarnej, w którym wzięło udział około 30 parlamentarzystów z Sejmu i Senatu RP. W ramach spotkania odbyła się projekcja filmu gruzińskiego reżysera Zaza Urushadze „Mandarynki”, który uzyskał gromkie brawa od publiczności. Do zaproszonych gości wygłosił przemówienie J.E. Pan Nikoloz Nikolozishvili Ambasador Gruzji w RP oraz Pan Michał Szczerba Przewodniczący Polsko-Gruzińskiej Grupy Parlamentarnej. Wieczór zakopcono skromnym poczęstunkiem i lampką gruzińskiego wina.

Publication date: 21.02.2014

We strongly condemn the use of force and are deeply concerned with the tragic events that have developed in Kyiv, on February 18, claiming dozens of human lives. We express our condolences to the families of the victims, a Georgian citizen among them, and of those many more injured. It is with the great distress that we follow these processes, which are totally incompatible with democracy, fundamental human rights and European values.

Publication date: 19.02.2014

As reported on the 10th of February 2014, Moscow and its occupation regime in Abkhazia have decided to simplify the visa requirements for foreigners wishing to enter the occupied region of Abkhazia from Russia during the Olympic Games in Sochi (as from the 10th of February). This decision is yet another provocative action against Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity, and aims to mislead foreign citizens.

Publication date: 12.02.2014

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