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Maya Panjikidze held meetings in Latvia2013-01-15 12:47
On January 14, Georgian Foreign Minister Maya Panjikidze made an official visit to Latvia, the IA Regnum rports. According to the Georgian Foreign Ministry, during the visit Maya Panjikidze met with the President of Latvia Andris Berzins, Parliament Speaker Solvita Aboltina and Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics.gt-en-newsitem-inside
They have discussed issues of bilateral and multilateral relations and prospects for further cooperation, as well as the progress made by Georgia in the process of integration into the EU and NATO. Maya Panjikidze confirmed that the new Government of Georgia ensures the irreversibility of the process of European and NATO integration. The sides also stressed the importance of economic relations between Georgia and Latvia.
During the meeting they have also discussed steps made by the Georgian side to resolve the relationship with Russia.
Meanwhile, as reported by the GHN, representatives of the Georgian parliamentary minority require the head of the Foreign Ministry to appear before the parliament due to her statement made during a visit to Lithuania.
Recall, previously the media released information that Panjikidze, speaking of the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, declared that the conflict could only be resolved "in favor of the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan".
Members of the parliamentary minority are going to demand the resignation of Foreign Minister of Georgia. In particular, according to the deputies, Panjikidze's statement over Nagorno-Karabakh has become a new reason for the scandal in the Armenian media.