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Tbilisi. Georgia has established diplomatic relations with the Republic of South Sudan, Georgian Representative Mission in UN reports on Monday, June 18.
The ceremony of signing documents on diplomatic relations establishment was held in the Georgian Representative Mission in UN in New York. The Communique was signed by Permanent Representative of Georgia to UN Alexander Lomaya and Permanent Representative of the Republic of South Sudan to UN H.E. Mr. Francis Nazario.
"According to the Protocol, Georgia will develop with South Sudan bilateral political, economic, humanitarian and cultural relations in conformity with basic principles of territorial integrity, borders inviolability, non interference into affairs of each other and sovereign equality", the statement reads. The parties notified UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on diplomatic relations establishment between two countries by a jot letter. Georgia has diplomatic relations with UN 170 countries.