Georgia looks to Greece on its path to Europe

Relations between countries come in all shapes and sizes, ranging from unmitigated enmity to total cordiality. But the strong historical friendship and the deep cultural and religious ties between Greece and Georgia put our bilateral relations in the league of their own. Because these ties go beyond the recorded accounts of the ancient Greek colonies of Phasis and Dioscurias, extending to the stunning myths of the altruistic Prometheus, chained on the Caucasus Mountains, and the adventurous Argonauts seeking and finding the Golden Fleece.
These old and diverse interactions, coupled with historic cataclysms, generated the waves of Pontic Greeks moving to Georgia, creating one of the most vibrant and creative Greek diasporas. Social, political, economic and cultural life in Georgia over the past millennium is unimaginable without the ethnic Greeks toiling hard and...

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