Anadolu | 17 August 2023
Georgia, Israel discuss further improving bilateral ties in various fields
by Ahmet Gencturk
Georgia and Israel on Thursday discussed further improving the bilateral ties in various fields.
During the meeting of Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili with Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel, the parties reviewed the main directions of cooperation between the two countries in numerous fields and deliberated about the prospects of further deepening the current interaction, said the Georgian prime minister’s office in a statement.
Underscoring the importance of deepening the current friendship and cooperation with Israel, Garibashvili revealed that negotiations on the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) will commence next year to elevate the partnership between the countries to a significantly new level.
According to the statement, global security situations and challenges were also discussed during the meeting.
Netanyahu, for his part, emphasized the warm relations between the two countries.