TBILISI, DFWatch–Georgian Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze on Tuesday offered her Ukrainian colleague to bring children to Georgia for vacation and rehabilitation course.
Panjikidze made the offer during a phone conversation with Pavlo Klimkin. She said that the Georgian embassy in Ukraine has already started preparations.
According to the Foreign Ministry’s press office, the two discussed the current situation in Ukraine. Panjikidze expressed concern about the recent escalation of the situation and said Georgia condemns the infringement of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty and supports the efforts of the international community to end the crisis in Ukraine.
She said the Georgian prime minister has offered to bring Ukrainian children to Georgia for rehabilitation and vacation. Klimkin thanked her and agreed to have more visits between Ukraine and Georgia.
Klimkin and Panjikidze will meet within the frames of the NATO summit in Wales.
Meanwhile, the Health Ministry is preparing to send humanitarian assistance to Ukraine. A bilateral group is working out the details for sending doctors and medicines from Georgia to Ukraine and if necessary, bring patients back to Georgia for treatment.