Time in Tbilisi: 16 Sep 2022, 22:15
Scholz underlined that Georgia itself has experienced Russian aggression, with the parts of Georgian territories being under Russian control until now. The German official welcomed that Georgia had supported the United Nations resolution on March 2, condemning Russia's aggression towards Ukraine, also hailing the Georgian government’s stance to prevent all attempts from Russia to evade financial sanctions imposed by the international community amid its invasion of Ukraine.  Photo: Government Administration.
The chancellor of Germany, Olaf Scholz,  said on Wednesday at the joint press conference with Irakli Garibashvili, the Georgian prime minister, that Germany would help Georgia on its way to Europe.
The European Union has been doing everything to support Georgia in fulfilling the criteria necessary for receiving the membership candidate status, Scholz noted, adding the country would have “all kinds” of support for legal and political measures to be implemented.
Willkommen in Berlin @GharibashviliGe! Im Europäischen Rat haben wir uns diesen Sommer darauf verständigt, #Georgien eine #EU-Perspektive zu eröffnen. Ich ermutige Georgien, die dafür nötigen Reformschritte zu gehen. Auf dem Weg in die Europäische Union helfen wir sehr gerne. pic.twitter.com/6dpI9MykCw
I would like to encourage Georgia to take all necessary steps for reforms. The recommendations of the European Commission are important in this way. I know this requires a joint, national effort of all political forces, and that's why I want to assure you that Germany will help Georgia in this. We will be happy to help you on your way to Europe.” the chancellor said. 
He highlighted Germany’s support for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia within its internationally recognized borders, noting bilateral relations between the two states have been “close and multifaceted”, covering the entire spectrum of economy, ecology, energy and culture. Scholz emphasised that energy cooperation with Georgia was important for Germany, and this year the federal government of the latter has allocated money for further cooperation, as well as for Georgia's energy security.
Scholz underlined that Georgia itself has experienced Russian aggression, with the parts of Georgian territories being under Russian control until now. The German official welcomed that Georgia had supported the United Nations resolution on March 2, condemning Russia's aggression towards Ukraine, also hailing the Georgian government’s stance to prevent all attempts from Russia to evade financial sanctions imposed by the international community amid its invasion of Ukraine. 
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