President Kovind holds telephonic conversation with his Georgian counterpart, discusses Covid-19 and bilateral issues
India is helping Georgia in the field of training and capacity building
President Ram Nath Kovind held a telephonic conversation with Georgian President Salome Zourabichvili on Wednesday and they discussed various issues, including trade and commerce and cooperation in capacity building area.
According to a statement issued by the President’s secretariat, President Kovind emphasized on warm and friendly ties shared between the two countries.
However, the President said, “The two countries need to give greater focus to their relations in trade, economic and cultural fields. India is happy to advance its cooperation with Georgia in the field of training and capacity building.”
Taking note of the challenges faced by the world from the Covid-19 pandemic and the disruption of life across the globe, President Kovind noted that Georgia’s national efforts have been remarkable in containing the spread of Covid-19.
The President informed the Georgian President that India has made strenuous efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 and we have been successful to a large extent. India has also been at the forefront in mobilizing international efforts against the Covid-19 pandemic and extended medical supplies support to over 150 countries. The two leaders noted that the global community must collectively work to energize economic growth.
Referring to the presence of a large number of Indian students in Georgia, many of whom pursuing medical education, the President thanked the Georgian government for their cooperation in their evacuation and for the welfare of the Indian community residing in Georgia.