Georgian, Israeli PMs meet in Jerusalem
“Georgia is eager to expand bilateral relations with Israel,” Georgian Prime Minister, Giorgi Kvirikashvili stated at the joint press-conference with his Israeli counterpart, Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem on Monday, Georgia Today reports.
Kvirikashvili noted that the personal ties and relations between the Jews and the Georgian people are truly exemplary, as they have 2600 years of friendship.
“2017 is of special significance, as we celebrate 25th year of establishing diplomatic relations with Israel. But our relations, as it was mentioned, go deeply to centuries, and we are proud of this very special friendship between our peoples,” he added.
Kvirikashvili underlined that Georgia is committed to further strengthening bilateral ties with the State of Israel and he invited Benjamin Netanyahu to Georgia.
“We have achievements practically in all spheres: in agriculture, in high technologies, in security, and, as you mentioned, the threats that our nations face are quite similar. We are very supportive to your people and country in your fight for procuring long-term stability for your people,” Georgian PM stated.