Georgian PM, chairman of analytics firm GLOBSEC discuss cooperation at Munich security conference


Prospects and opportunities for cooperation between the Georgian government and GLOBSEC, an analytical organization based in Bratislava, were discussed during a meeting between Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili and Robert Vass, the company’s founder and chairman during the Munich security conference today. .

Garibashvili highlighted Georgia’s close political relations with Slovakia and stressed the importance of his government’s cooperation with research and analysis organizations and business representatives.

The prime minister noted the government’s active cooperation with GLOBSEC and reaffirmed its willingness to further deepen relations with the company and with Slovakia on the basis of common European values, the government administration said.

The Georgian government welcomed the continued partnership with GLOBSEC through conferences such as “Georgia’s European Way” and “NATO-Georgia Public Diplomacy Forum”, the prime minister told the organization’s president.

During the meeting, the parties also discussed Georgia’s European and Euro-Atlantic integration process and the country’s progress in this area.

Robert Vass is one of the founders of the GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum, one of the most recognized strategy conferences in Europe.


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