Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Emine Dzheppar has met with Ms Maka Bochorishvili, Chairman of the Georgian Parliamentary Committee for European Integration, Co-chair of Euronest Parliamentary Assembly, according to the ministry's press service.
The interlocutors praised the intensification of political dialogue between the two countries, as well as mutual support within international organizations and their parliamentary structures for initiatives aimed at restoring the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine and Georgia within internationally recognized borders.
Dzheppar and Bochorishvili also exchanged views on joint measures to strengthen security in the Black Sea region, given the growing militarization of the Russian-occupied Crimean peninsula and the region as a whole.
The deputy foreign minister informed in detail about the preparations for the Crimean Platform summit scheduled for August 23 in Kyiv, as well as its main tasks and priorities.
"Ukraine and Georgia have suffered the most from Russian aggression, and that is why our countries should promote joint initiatives to restore security in the region as soon as possible," Dzheppar stressed.
Special attention was paid to the European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine and Georgia, cooperation within the Associated Trio recently established by Ukraine, Georgia and the Republic of Moldova, in particular in the context of preparations for this year's Eastern Partnership summit.