David Zalkaliani: Georgia wants South Caucasus to turn into region of stability
The Georgian Prime Minister would pay special attention to regional security calls in his speech at the UN General Assembly
Georgia wants the South Caucasus to turn into a region of stability, Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani said.
Qazet.az informs that, according to Zalkaliani, the Georgian Prime Minister would pay special attention to regional security calls in his speech at the UN General Assembly.
"Particular emphasis will be laid to work done by Georgia in the region and its substantial role here. In his speech, the prime minister will touch upon very interesting and important moments related to our mediation role and efforts to build sustainable peace in the South Caucasus," Zalkaliani said.
Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili will speak at the UN General Assembly's 76th session on September 24.