President Giorgi Margvelashvili has called on Georgia’s neighbors, Armenia and Azerbaijan, to direct efforts towards ending renewed fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh region and resolve the conflict peacefully.
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“In the context of the Caucasus region, I want to call on our neighbors to direct as much efforts as possible towards ending these tensions peacefully and to defuse tensions that we see in just several hundred kilometers from here, and to [address] the conflict through diplomatic means and active involvement of the international community,” Georgia’s President said while addressing NATO-Georgia Public Diplomacy Forum in Tbilisi on April 5.