According to Papuashvili, during the visit, the conversation touched upon the strengthening of relations between the countries.
“I invited my colleague to visit Georgia, and this visit will take place next year. It’s good to have such a personal relationship. In addition, we talked about strengthening relations between countries. It was about the desire to conclude a free trade agreement between Georgia and Korea as soon as possible, which will help strengthen trade relations. In addition, like Georgia, Korea also has a geopolitically clear function of a logistics hub, and in this regard, it is important for us to exchange experience in international transport logistics. It is important for us to support the territorial integrity of Georgia and especially the resolutions concerning internally displaced persons in the United Nations. Korea supports the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia. Therefore, it is important that this support be expressed through active support for UN resolutions. It will be co-sponsorship or something else,” Papuashvili said.