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Important visits

From Georgia to the UK:

1995- Eduard Shevardnadze, President of Georgia;

1997 - Zurab Zhvania, Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia;

2000- Eduard Shevardnadze, President of Georgia;

2004 (9-13 June) - Nino Burjanadze, Chairperson of the Parliament of Georgia;

2004 (15-17 September) -Nino Burjanadze, Chaireprson of the Parliament of Georgia;

2004 (10-14 November) - Zurab Zhvania, Prime Minister of Georgia;

2004 (12-15 June) - Mikheil Saakashvili, President of Georgia;

2006 (19-23 April) - Nino Burjanadze, Chairperson of the Parliament of Georgia;

2006 (3-4 May) - Zurab Nogaideli, Prime-Minister of Georgia;

2006 (20-25 May) - Zurab Nogaideli, Prime-Minister of Georgia;

2007 (23-27 April) - Mikheil Saakashvili, President of Georgia;

2007 (October) - Zurab Nogaideli, Prime-Minister of Georgia;

2008 (October) – Lado Gurgenidze, Prime-Minister of Goergia;

2009 (January) - Eka Tkeshelashvili, Secretary of the National Security Council of Georgia;

2009 (13-15 May) - Nika Gilauri, Prime Minister of Georgia;

2009 (25-27 November) - Nika Gilauri, Prime Minister of Georgia;

2010 (15-18 February) - Mikheil Saakashvili, President of Georgia;

2010 (7-8 July) - Nika Gilauri, Prime Minister of Georgia;

2011 (5-15 February) - Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia, the Archbishop of Mtskheta-Tbilisi and Metropolitan bishop of Abkhazia and Bichvinta, His  Holiness and Beatitude Ilia II and delegation;

2011 (6-10 April) – Nika Gilauri, Prime Minister of Georgia;

2011 (8-10 June) – David Bakradze, Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia;

2011 (11 November) - H.E. Mikheil Saakashvili, President of Georgia;

2012 (30 March – 2 May) – Giga Bokeria, National Security Advisor to the President of Georgia, Secretary of the National Security Council of Georgia;

2013 (28-30 January) - Irakli Alasania, Minister of Defence of Georgia;

2013 (16-17 April) - Aleksi Petriashvili, State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration;

2013 (19-22 June)  - David Usupashvili, Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia; Mr. Tedo Japaridze, Chairman of Foreigh Relations Committee; Mr. Victor Dolidze, Chairman of European Integration Committee;

2013 (30 October - 1 November) - Tea Tsulukiani, Minister of Justice of Georgia;

2014 (22-25 January) - Alexander Chikaidze, Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia; Ms Irina Imerlishvili, Secretary of the Naitonal Security Council of Georgia; 

2014 (22-24 January) - Tamar Sanikidze, Minister of Education and Science;

2014 (21 January) - Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development;

2014 (2-5 February) - Tedo Japaridze, Chairman of Foreigh Relations Committee of the Parliament of Georgia;

2014 (9-12 June) - Maia Panjikidze, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia;

2014 (19-20 June) - Irakli Alasania, Minister of Defence;

2014 (2-4 September) - Giorgi Margvelashvili, President of Georgia;

2014 (19-20 November) - Tamar Beruchashvili, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and representatives of the Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Economy within the framework of Wardprop Dialogue;

2015 (22-26 February) - Tea Tsulukiani, Minister of Justice of Georgia;

2015 (15-18 September) - Tinatin Khidasheli, Minister of Defence of Georgia;

2015 (2-8 October) - David Usupashvili, Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia;

2015 (22-24 November) - Dimitri Kumsishvili, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development;

2015 (30 November) - Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia (within the framework of the Wardrop Dialogue)

2016 (17-21 January) - Tamar Sanikidze, Minister of Education and Science;

2016 (17-18 March) - Tinatin Khidasheli, Minister of Defence of Georgia;

2016 (13-14 April) - David Bakradze, State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration;

2016 (11-13 May) - Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia;

2016 (10-13 May) - Nodar Khaduri, Minister of Finance of Georgia;

2016 (13 May) - David Dondua, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs;

2016  (16-17 June) - Ketevan Tsikhelashvili, Minister for Reconciliation and Civic Equality;

2016 (4-6 September) - Gela Dumbadze, Minister for Diaspora issues;

2016 (22-24 September) - Dimitri Kumsishvili, Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development 

2017 (22-27 January) - Alexander Jejelava, Minister of Education of Georgia;

2017 (23-27 January) - David Dondua, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia;

2017 (26-27 January) - David Rakviashvili, Secretary of the National Security Council;

2017 (2-3 March) - David Zalkaliani, First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia;

 

From the UK to Georgia:

1994 - George Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury, Head of Anglican Church;

1996 - Richard Harries, Bishop of Oxford;

1996 - Rt Hon Douglas Hurd, Former Secretary of State;

1996 - Tim Eggar- Minister of Energy;

1997 - Sir John Bourn, Auditor General of the UK;

1997 - Malcolm Rifkind, Former Secretary of State;

1997 - Sir Roger Jackling, 2nd Permanent under Secretary of State, MOD;

1997 - Lord Goschen, Minister of the Department of Transport;

2000 - Robin Cook, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs;

2003 - Gavyn Arthur, Lord Mayor of the City of London;

2004 - Michael Ancram, MP (Shadow Foreign Secretary) and Lord Ashcroft;

2004 -Bill Ramell, Foreign Office Minister;

2004 - Gareth Tomas, the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for International Development Department;

2006 (3-6 October) - Sylvia Heal, Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons of the UK Parliament;

2006 (9-10 October) - Rt Hon Geoff Hoon, MP, Minister of State for Europe;

Several visits (last held on May 31-June 1, 2007) - Sir Brian Fall, the UK Government Special Representative for the South Caucasus;

2006 (3-6 October) - Ms. Sylvia Heal, Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons of the UK Parliament;

2007 (31 May-1 June) - Sir Brian Fall, the UK Special Representative for South Caucasus;

2007 (November) - Mr. Michael Davenport, Director of the Russia, South Caucasus and Central Asia Directorate of the FCO;

2008 (May) - Jim Murphy, MP, Minister of State and Minister for Europe;

2008 (August) - David Cameron, MP, Leader of the Conservative Party of the UK;

2008 (19-20 August) - Rt. Hon. David Miliband, MP, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs of the UK;

2008 (October) - Rt. Hon. William Hague, MP, Shadow Foreign Secretary of the UK;

2008 (November) - Sir Brian Fall, the UK\'s Special Representative for South Caucasus;

2009 (12 February) - Mark Lyall Grant, General Director of the Political Department, FCO;

2009 (22-25 June) - Baroness Glenys Kinnock, UK Minister for Europe;

2010 (23 March) -Bilateral Political Consultations between Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO);

2014 (April 1) - David Lidington, Minister for Europe;

2014 (April 8) - William Hague, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs;

2016 (March 30) - Philip Hammond, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs;

2016 (November 24-25) - Sir Alan Duncan, Minister of State for Europe and Americas, FCO