Bilateral Relations

Georgia Georgia

General Information

Diplomatic relations between the Republic of Armenia and Georgia were established on July 17, 1992. The Embassy of RA to Tbilisi started to function in July 1993. The General Consulate of RA in Batumi was established in April 2008.

An inter-parliamentary friendship group has been formed between the Republic of Armenia and Georgia. There is an intergovernmental commission on economic cooperation between the two countries, the 11th session of which took place on December 20,  2021 in Tbilisi.

Meetings and contacts between the high-ranking officials and the heads of the sectoral departments of two states are regular. Regular consultations take place between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of the two countries.

Visits

To Georgia

December 2021

Nikol Pashinyan, Prime-Minister of the RA

September 2021

Nikol Pashinyan, Prime-Minister of the RA

April 2021

Armen Sarkissian, President of the RA

January 2021

Ara Ayvazyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the RA

March 2020

Nikol Pashinyan, Prime-Minister of the RA

July 2019

Zohrab Mnatsakanyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the RA

January 2019

Nikol Pashinyan, Prime-Minister of the RA

December 2018

Armen Sarkissian, President of the RA

May 2018

Nikol Pashinyan, Prime-Minister of the RA

May 2018

Armen Sarkissian, President of the RA

To Armenia

October 2021

Irakli Gharibashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia

May 2021

Irakli Gharibashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia

October 2019

Giorgi Gakharia, Prime Minister of Georgia

March 2019

Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia

March 2019

Salome Zourabichvili, President of Georgia

September 2018

Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia

March 2018

Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia

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Legal area

  • The Republic of Armenia and Georgia have signed nearly 80 international treaties, agreements, memoranda and protocols, which encompass almost all aspect of bilateral relations.
  • The main document, which regulates the bilateral relations, is the Treaty on «Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Security» signed in October 2001.

Trade and Economic cooperation

A joint working group on Armenian-Georgian trade and economic issues was formed in 2013.

In the field of trade and economy, there are a number of documents that create favorable conditions for trade, avoidance of double taxation, automobile and air connection, legal assistance, investment promotion and development of economic ties, and agreements, that  creat beneficial conditions for development of various spheres in trade-economic relations.

Turnover between Armenia and Georgia (thous. US dollars)

Year

Export

Import (countries of origin)

Import (country of consignment)

2021

62171.7

109028.4

308042.5

2020

57450.0

72981.7

322269.5

2019

69265.4

79727.6

485358.9

2018

68685.5

70774.3

372748.7

Main import goods

  • agricultural goods
  • mineral water
  • chemical products,
  • pharmaceuticals

Main export goods

  • equipment formining industry
  • horticultureand aviculture (poultry products) goods
  • agricultural goods
  • products of food

 

Updated on 10.02.2022

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