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Georgia established diplomatic relations with Comoros2010-03-30 11:46
Georgia established diplomatic and consular relations with Comoros. Based on the joint communique, the sides will develop bilateral relations in accordance with the fundamental norms and principles of the United Nations, including principles of sovereign equality, territorial integrity and non-interference in each other's internal affairs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
From the side of Comoros the document was signed by Permanent Representative of Fiji to the United Nations Mohamed Toihiri and from the side of Georgia - by Permanent Representative of Georgia to UN Alexander Lomaia. The communique signing ceremony was held in New York, at Georgia's permanent mission with UN, Press and Information Department of Foreign Ministry reports.
Comoros is the fourth country of Africa, with which Georgia has established diplomatic relations in 2010. Earlier, the similar document was signed with Botswana, Cape Verde and Liberia.
This year Georgia established diplomatic relations with 12 new countries, it maintains relations with 134 UN member countries.