Georgian Foreign Minister Davit Zalkaliani visited Denmark on November 14-15 as part of his diplomatic tour to Scandinavian countries. Yesterday, he met with his Danish counterpart Anders Samuelsen, discussing “exemplary relations” between the countries.
According to the Georgian Foreign Ministry, Samuelsen and Zalkaliani spoke about Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations, its role in NATO missions and the two countries’ cooperation in the fields of defense and security. The two ministers also exchanged views on how to enhance bilateral economic relations.
Great discussion w/FM @anderssamuelsen on our exemplary relations,thanked #Denmark for vocal support for #GEO‘s sovereignty & territorial integrity as well as EU/EuroAtlantic integration process. Highly value Denmark’s support in the frame of the Danish Neighbourhood Programme pic.twitter.com/mM7Q9Ynb7U
— David Zalkaliani (@DZalkaliani) November 14, 2018
The MFA also reported that the ministers discussed the situation in Abkhazia and Tskhinvali Region/South Ossetia, with Samuelsen condemning the fencing of the occupation line close to village Atotsi in Kareli municipality, southwest of Tskhinvali.
In Denmark, Minister Zalkaliani also met with Danish MPs from Defense, European Affairs and Foreign Affairs Committees, and spoke about Georgia’s domestic and foreign policy priorities at the Centre for Military Studies of the University of Copenhagen.