WIC Athens in Georgia
WIC Athens in Georgia 🇬🇷🇬🇪
On 3-8 October, 2018 the spouse of the Georgian Ambassador in Greece Mrs. Marine Chkareuli led the group of 22 members of the Women International Club (WIC) to Georgia. The group visited the Capital of Georgia Tbilisi, as well as various parts of the country: cities of Mtsketa and Gori, ski resort Kazbegi, winemaking regions of Signagi and Kvareli. The WIC members visited touristic, historic and cultural places, enjoyed Georgian folk dances and songs, the Georgian cuisine and Georgian wine products. They found Georgia as a very interesting touristic destination where every guest is welcome. They believe that Georgia’s amazing nature, ancient historic monuments, unique folk and delicious food will attract even more visitors in the future, first and foremost from the Hellenic Republic.
The first humanoid robot Sophia will visit Georgia’s capital of Tbilisi to participate in Georgia's Open Government Partnership (OGP) Summit, which will be held in Tbilisi on July 17-19.
Visa-free travel between Georgia and Serbia will begin to apply in the coming days
7.03.2018, Belgrade - Visa-free travel between Georgia and Serbia will come into force in the coming days, prior to the completion of respective ratification procedures - the Serbian Foreign Minister announced about this at the press conference following the meeting with his Georgian counterpart.
Mikheil Janelidze has met the Serbian President
7.03.2018, Belgrade - "Serbia support Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity, the country's European integration and the deepening of bilateral relations with Georgia" - the Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said about this during his meeting with Georgian Vice Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze. The Serbian President highlighted the friendly relations with Georgia expressing his readiness to support the development of co-operation between the two countries in various fields.
Mikheil Janelidze met with the Prime Minister of Serbia Ana Brnabić
7.03.2018, Belgrade - Within the framework of his official visit to Serbia, Georgian Vice Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze met with the Prime Minister of Serbia Ana Brnabić. The sides noted with satisfaction the increasing number of high-level visits between the two countries that create new opportunities for the further development of bilateral relations.