Erdogan discusses with the Prime Minister of Georgia about regional issues


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed with Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili bilateral relations and regional issues.

This came during a phone call on Sunday, according to a statement issued by the Turkish Presidency Communication Department.


Erdogan expressed his thanks to Garibashvili for his solidarity and his country’s readiness to provide assistance to Turkey in the face of the ongoing fires.

He pointed out that the strategic partnership between the two countries has become more feasible these days, adding that Georgia is a key to regional cooperation in the region.

The Turkish president stressed the importance of bilateral work together in terms of efficiency and security of regional transmission lines and energy transmission.

Expressing his desire to revive the tripartite mechanism between Turkey, Georgia, and Azerbaijan, which has been successfully implemented by ministers and representatives of the three countries.