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Representations: Georgia


Embassy of Georgia ('s-Gravenhage)


Verhagen to visit Georgia

Foreign minister Maxime Verhagen is to pay a working visit to Georgia on 11 and 12 February. In Tbilisi, he will have talks with ...

News item | 10-02-2009 | 16:10

The Netherlands supports further reforms in Georgia

The Netherlands supports further reforms in Georgia in regard to democracy, the rule of law and the economy. This was announced ...

News item | 04-03-2010 | 00:00

Rosenthal receives Vice Prime Minister of Georgia

The Vice Prime Minister of Georgia, Giorgi Baramidze, yesterday visited foreign minister Uri Rosenthal. They discussed ...

News item | 12-05-2011 | 09:34

The Netherlands will seek role in EU mission in Georgia

Minister of Foreign Affairs Maxime Verhagen told the Dutch House of Representatives yesterday that the Netherlands would seek a ...

News item | 11-09-2008 | 13:59

The Netherlands provides adviser to EU mission in Georgia

The Dutch government is contributing a political adviser to the team of EU Special Representative for the Southern Caucasus, ...

News item | 28-08-2008 | 16:06

EU association agreements with Georgia and Moldova

The Netherlands welcomes the entry into force of the EU association agreements with Georgia and with the Republic of Moldova, as ...

Media article | 01-07-2016

The Netherlands to send observers to Georgia

The Netherlands is to send three officers of the Royal Military and Border Police and nine civilian observers to Georgia as part ...

News item | 19-09-2008 | 12:29

EU united on resolution of crisis in Georgia

EU leaders announced yesterday their unanimous opposition to Russia’s recognition of the two break-away regions in Georgia, and ...

News item | 03-09-2008 | 15:14