Bulgaria’s PM, Georgian Counterpart Discuss Bilateral Cooperation

Diplomacy | May 22, 2015, Friday // 19:12|  views

Photo by Bulgaria's Council of Ministers

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and his Georgian counterpart Irakli Garibashvili discussed bilateral cooperation in Riga during the Eastern Partnership Summit.

Borisov emphasized the good bilateral relationship and the potential for its development both through enhanced contacts between the different ministries and via the Bulgaria-Georgia Joint Intergovernmental Commission for Economic Cooperation, according to the press office of the Bulgarian government.

Borisov pointed out that Georgia was an important partner in the implementation of projects targeting the diversification of gas supply sources and routes for Europe and Bulgaria, especially as regards the transit of Azeri gas.

He confirmed Bulgaria’s readiness to share its experience and expertise on matters of Euro-Atlantic integration and to provide practical assistance to Georgia in this area.

Bulgaria’s Prime Minister argued that it was important that Georgia make the best possible use of the Association Agreement with the EU in order to bring a new quality to the cohesion process.

Garibashvili thanked Borisov for the support.

Bulgaria’s Prime Minister voiced confidence that the fruitful political dialogue between the two countries would continue in the future and invited his Georgian counterpart to visit Bulgaria.

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Tags: Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, Georgian Prime Minister, Irakli Garibashvili, Eastern Partnership Summit


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