Prime Ministers of Ukraine and Georgia discussed confrontation with Russia and the course towards NATO and the EU
On June 3 Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal met with Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili. UATV reports this.
The parties discussed economic relations, agreed to create a common transport corridor, as well as simplify the conditions of entry for tourists during a pandemic. Also, Ukraine and Georgia agreed to jointly head towards the European Union and NATO, and jointly resist Russian aggression. The main topic of discussion was security in the Black Sea region.
“The continuing destabilizing actions by Russia in the Black Sea region are prompting Ukraine and Georgia to cooperate more closely in the security sphere, including with the involvement of NATO member states. Ukraine and Georgia are real strategic partners”, – Shmyhal said.
The official welcoming ceremony for the Prime Minister of Ukraine took place at the Administration of the Government of Georgia. The national anthems of 2 states were performed at the meeting.