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Georgia established diplomatic relations with Antigua and Barbuda2011-04-08 18:08
Georgia has set up diplomatic and consular relationship with Antigua and Barbuda. This was reported by Novosti Georgia with reference to the press service of the Georgian foreign policy administration. "Georgia will develop bilateral relationship with Antigua and Barbuda in compliance with the international law fundamental standards, which is reflected in following the principles of territorial integrity, border inviolability, non-interference in each other's domestic affairs and sovereign equality", - goes MFA statement.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The ceremony of signing the documents on setting up diplomatic relationship was held in New-York, at Georgia's permanent establishment in UN. On Georgia's part, the communique was signed by Permanent Representative to UN Alexander Lomaya; on the part of Antigua and Barbuda, it was signed by Permanent Representative to UN John W. Ashe.
Antigua and Barbuda is the state situated on the islands bearing the same name and the island of Redonda in the group of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea.