AMBASSADOR of Georgia to Solomon Islands HE Mr George Dolidze paid a courtesy visit to Prime Minister Rick Houenipwela yesterday during which he acknowledged the bilateral and multi-lateral relations between both countries.
Mr Dolidze also informed the Prime Minister on Georgia’s successful transition in the last 27 years since gaining independence from the Soviet Union in 1991.
“Georgia is now better engaged internationally and upholds the principle of democracy and sovereignty,” he said.
The Georgian Ambassador also acknowledged Solomon Islands’ support in international conventions.
Dolidze also said Georgia stands willing to continue to assist Solomon Islands in education, as well as to partner in new sectors such as tourism and renewable energy.
In response, Prime Minister Hou has acknowledged the bilateral relations established between both countries since 2011.
The Prime Minister said Solomon Islands has benefited from Georgia through their bilateral relations.
“Solomon Islands appreciates the assistance through Georgia’s technical cooperation in the education sector and I hope both countries can further enhance our relationship in other sectors,” he said.
Meanwhile, Hou said Solomon Islands is a country that always promotes and upholds peaceful co-existence amongst nations.