Georgia appoints new ambassador to NATO

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The Georgian ambassadors to NATO and Geneva will exchange their positions, Defence.az reports citing Agenda.ge.

 


The new Ambassador of Georgia to the UN Office in Geneva will be Alexandre Maisuradze, while Victor Dolidze will serve as the Ambassador of Georgia in NATO.

Victor Dolidze was appointed as Georgia’s Permanent Representative to Geneva in 2017. 

He served as Georgia’s State Minister of European and Euro-Atlantic Integration from 2016 to 2017.

Dolidze also was Georgia’s Ambassador to Austria and Hungary and Georgia’s Permanent Representative to OSCE and other international organisations in Vienna in 2005-2009.

Alexandre Maisuradze was appointed as Georgia’s Ambassador to NATO in 2015.

From 2012 to 2015 Maisuradze worked as the Ambassador of Georgia to the Republic of Austria, Deputy Permanent Representative of Georgia to the OSCE and other international organizations in Vienna, Austria.

Maisuradze also worked at various positions at the Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, including as the Attaché in Disarmament and Arms Control Division of the Ministry, which he started in 1998.

Vladimer Konstantinidi, Georgian Foreign Ministry spokesperson, has been appointed as the new Deputy Foreign Minister, replacing Mikheil Ninua, who resigned in early May in 2020.

Konstantinidi served as the Georgian Council to Israel in 2005-2008. He was Georgia’s Ambassador to Cyprus in 2009-2019, and later served as an Ambassador of Georgia to Australia.

Speaking at a briefing earlier today, Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani thanked Vladimer Konstantinidi for his service and has  mentioned that Mariam Narchemashvili will be appointed as a new spokesperson of the Ministry.



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Georgia appoints new ambassador to NATO

2020/05/1590217519.jpg
Read: 891     12:12     23 May 2020    

The Georgian ambassadors to NATO and Geneva will exchange their positions, Defence.az reports citing Agenda.ge.

 


The new Ambassador of Georgia to the UN Office in Geneva will be Alexandre Maisuradze, while Victor Dolidze will serve as the Ambassador of Georgia in NATO.

Victor Dolidze was appointed as Georgia’s Permanent Representative to Geneva in 2017. 

He served as Georgia’s State Minister of European and Euro-Atlantic Integration from 2016 to 2017.

Dolidze also was Georgia’s Ambassador to Austria and Hungary and Georgia’s Permanent Representative to OSCE and other international organisations in Vienna in 2005-2009.

Alexandre Maisuradze was appointed as Georgia’s Ambassador to NATO in 2015.

From 2012 to 2015 Maisuradze worked as the Ambassador of Georgia to the Republic of Austria, Deputy Permanent Representative of Georgia to the OSCE and other international organizations in Vienna, Austria.

Maisuradze also worked at various positions at the Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, including as the Attaché in Disarmament and Arms Control Division of the Ministry, which he started in 1998.

Vladimer Konstantinidi, Georgian Foreign Ministry spokesperson, has been appointed as the new Deputy Foreign Minister, replacing Mikheil Ninua, who resigned in early May in 2020.

Konstantinidi served as the Georgian Council to Israel in 2005-2008. He was Georgia’s Ambassador to Cyprus in 2009-2019, and later served as an Ambassador of Georgia to Australia.

Speaking at a briefing earlier today, Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani thanked Vladimer Konstantinidi for his service and has  mentioned that Mariam Narchemashvili will be appointed as a new spokesperson of the Ministry.



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