Georgian PM leaves for Brussels
Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, along with the EU ambassador to Georgia and three ministers have left for Brussels today to attend the sixth meeting of the EU-Georgia Association Council.
The meeting will concern regional, Georgian political and economic issues, as well as the EU-mediated talks between the ruling Georgian Dream party and the opposition on the issues of repeat parliamentary elections.
Garibashvili is scheduled to hold his first meeting with the European Council President Charles Michel who paid a visit to Georgia on March 1 and delegated a mediator in the Georgian ruling party-opposition talks following the visit.
The Georgian delegation which includes Garibashvili, Economic Minister Natia Turnava, Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani and Justice Minister Gocha Lortkipanidze will hold meetings at the European Parliament and NATO on March 17.
The same day Garibashvili will meet with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenger. NATO-Georgia Commission meeting will also take place, Agenda.ge reported.