TBILISI, DFWatch–Georgia’s Foreign Ministry is holding a conference for its diplomats. Maia Panjikidze, Foreign Affairs Minister, opened the conference in Tbililsi Monday.

Prime Minister Ivanishvili and other government representatives will also attend the meeting, as well as Valeri Chechelashvili, Secretary General of GUAM, the cooperation organization consisting of Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova.

Panjikidze will present a report about the activity of diplomatic service in Georgia, and talk about the priorities of the foreign policy.

The conference will last for three days until September 4, and apart from disscussing Georgia’s foreign policy, the guests will also debate challenges for Georgia’s diplomacy.

According to the ministry’s press office, topics will be the goals for Georgia’s territorial integrity and strengthening sovereignty, current political processes in the country, Euro and Euro-Atlantic integration, economic development, cultural and humanitarian issues, human rights and cooperation with international organizations, bilateral relations, as well as the upcoming presidential election in October.