The FINANCIAL — Secretary (West) of the Ministry of External Affairs of the Republic of India Sujata Mehta, as a guest of honour, addressed the participants of the Ambassadorial 2016.
Sujata Mehta focused on the main directions of bilateral relations between Georgia and India, on the global role of India and on the country’s foreign policy priorities.
In the frames of the Ambassadorial, Sujata Mehta held a bilateral meeting with Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia.
“The session was very active. I informed the Ambassadors on India’s vision of the world and on how the policy of India has developed in terms of the international issues. The Ambassadors shared their views on various issues”, Sujata Mehta said.
The delegation of the Ministry of External Affairs of the Republic of India, led by Sujata Mehta, paid an official visit to Georgia on 25-26 July. In the frames of the visit of the delegation, the second meeting of the Georgian-Indian interagency economic committee and the 5th round of political consultations between the Georgian and Indian Foreign Ministries were held. Talking points included the issues of bilateral co-operation in the political, economic, cultural, educational and sectoral spheres. The two sides reaffirmed their increasing interest towards the enhancement and strengthening of bilateral co-operation in future as well.