The Georgian pime minister, Mamuka Bakhtadze, who is currently in New York for the annual session of the United Nations General Assembly, on Monday met with EU High Representative, Federica Morgherini.
Bakhtadze later tweeted that talks centred on Georgia's new wave of reforms and the EU's continued support for Georgia's European path.
Met w/ @FedericaMog on the sidelines of @UN’s #GeneralAssemly. We touched on topics like: #Sovereignty, #NewWaveofReforms & @GovernmentGeo’s #Priorities. #EU continues to #support our #EuropeanPath and we are #determined for further #advancement. @MFAgovge pic.twitter.com/4SEsFKSOcM
— Mamuka Bakhtadze (@BakhtadzeMamuka) September 24, 2018
Bakhtadza also held meetings with UN Secretary-General Gutterez
source: commonspace.eu with agencies
Azerbaijani media identified him as Bahram Hasanzada, a foreign citizen, and says he "was engaged in espionage according to instructions from foreign services, to the detriment of Azerbaijan's state security".
The report makes a number of recommendations that "aim to guide peace negotiators, policymakers, donors, and national and international civil society activists who work to promote mutual understanding and peace between the societies divided by the Nagorny Karabakh conflict".