Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said that his country supports Georgia on its way to the European Union.
Plenković met with Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili in the capital, Zagreb.
The prime minister held a joint press conference after the meeting.
Plenkovic stated that his country supports Georgia on its way to membership in the European Union and NATO.
Noting that he had assessed developments in Ukraine with Garibashvili, Prime Minister Plenković recalled that Ukraine and Moldova were granted “candidate country” status (at the EU Leaders Summit held on June 23-24, 2022), and said: “I think we will renegotiate the three countries by the end of the year and Georgia will make progress institutionally in order to move forward with EU membership.” Use his statements.
Plenkovic noted that the political and security situation in Georgia is “difficult and sensitive” and stated that Croatia will continue to support Georgia in its reform efforts.
“We appreciate Croatia’s strong support on our path towards integration into the European Union”
Georgian Prime Minister Garibashvili also stated that they see Croatia as a friend and partner country and said that Croatia, which has succeeded in becoming a member of the European Union, is “a model country in Southeast Europe” for his country.
“We appreciate Croatia’s strong support for our territorial integrity and our path towards integration into the European Union.” Garibashvili noted that Georgia, as a Black Sea country and a reliable partner of the European Union, plays an important role in transport and infrastructure connectivity in the region.
It is noteworthy that Garibashvili’s visit was the first visit of a Georgian prime minister to Croatia during the 30 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
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