INA - BAGHDAD
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein confirmed on Wednesday, during his meeting with his Georgian counterpart, that the security and political situations witnessed great stability despite the challenges facing the region.
Hussein met with Georgian Foreign Minister Ilia Darkiashvili, on the sidelines of the annual Davos conference, and during the meeting they discussed the overall bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to develop and strengthen it, according to a statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, received by the Iraqi News Agency - INA.
The minister stressed that the security and political situation witnessed great stability, despite the challenges facing the region in general.
For his part, the Georgian Foreign Minister affirmed that his country seeks full membership in the European Union via the electrical interconnection agreement with the European Union and across the Black Sea, adding that despite the challenges Georgia faces and the wars it went through, it plays a role in bringing points of view closer between Armenia and Azerbaijan, in terms of strengthening peace and stability in the region.
The Georgian Foreign Minister also invited Hussein to visit Georgia, which will reflect on strengthening the bilateral and economic relations between the two friendly countries.
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