Ambassador of Georgia to Seychelles calls on President Ramkalawan |26 May 2021
The ambassador of Georgia to the Republic of Seychelles, Zurab Dvalishvili, paid a courtesy visit to President Wavel Ramkalawan at State House yesterday morning, whereby they engaged in discussions on the means through which the states can strengthen bilateral relations.
The ambassador, who was formally accredited in 2019, said in moving forward, both states are committed towards collaborating in the fields of education, to the benefit of Seychellois students.
“Our main discussion was about bilateral relations between Seychelles and Georgia, because we both are small countries, we need each other’s support in international organisations. We are similar countries and tourism is one of our main issues. Cooperation in these areas and the area of education will be mutually beneficial to both countries. The main cooperation could be in the educational field, giving fellowships to Seychellois students, so they can get education in Georgia in medical fields and technical issues and much more,” the ambassador said.
“Especially, I met His Excellency when he was the leader of the opposition in 2019, and I was excited to meet him again,” Mr Dvalishvili stated.
The government of Seychelles formally established official diplomatic relations with the government of the Republic of Georgia in March 2013.