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Congratulations on the Status of an EU Candidate Country!

Congratulations on the Status of an EU Candidate Country!

Congratulations on the Status of an EU Candidate Country!

On December 5-6, 2023, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Teimuraz Janjalia, visited Ireland

On December 5-6, 2023, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Teimuraz Janjalia, visited Ireland

On December 5-6, 2023, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Teimuraz Janjalia, visited Ireland Within the framework of the visit, a meeting was held with the Minister of State for European Affairs of Ireland, Peter Burke TD. The main topic of the meeting was the progress of implementation of the recommendations of the European Commission by Georgia and the positive conclusion of the European Commission regarding the granting of candidate status to Georgia.

On 19 November 2023 the Embassy of Georgia to Ireland participated in the International Charity Bazaar (ICB)

On 19 November 2023 the Embassy of Georgia to Ireland participated in the International Charity Bazaar (ICB)

On 19 November 2023 the Embassy of Georgia to Ireland participated in the International Charity Bazaar (ICB). The ICB is the Diplomatic Corps in Dublin's voluntary fundraising organization that raises funds for Irish registered charities every year. At the event Georgian Embassy presented a stall with Georgian wine and traditional Georgian cuisine. The Georgian stall was very much praised by both Irish and international visitors.

Annual International Charity Bazaar on Sunday 19 November 11am -4:30pm at Industries Hall, RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

Annual International Charity Bazaar on Sunday 19 November 11am -4:30pm at Industries Hall, RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

Come Experience the world in a day! The Annual International Charity Bazaar on Sunday 19 November 11am -4:30pm at Industries Hall, RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Proceeds go to Irish charities.

Today, on 27 September 2023, the National Flag of Georgia flies at half-mast at the Embassy of Georgia

Today, on 27 September 2023, the National Flag of Georgia flies at half-mast at the Embassy of Georgia

Today, on 27 September 2023, the National Flag of Georgia flies at half-mast at the Embassy of Georgia in Ireland, to mark the 30th anniversary of the tragic fall of Georgian city Sokhumi in Abkhazia region of Georgia to the hands of illegal military groups supported by the Russian regular army.

On 8 August 2023 the National Flag of Georgia is flying at half-mast at the premises of the Embassy of Georgia

On 8 August 2023 the National Flag of Georgia is flying at half-mast at the premises of the Embassy of Georgia

On 8 August 2023 the National Flag of Georgia is flying at half-mast at the premises of the Embassy of Georgia in Ireland to honour the memory of those who fell victim to Russia’s large-scale military invasion in Georgia aimed at illegal occupation of Georgia’s indivisible regions of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region/South Ossetia.

Embassy of Georgia joins International Francophonie celebrations

Embassy of Georgia joins International Francophonie celebrations

Embassy of Georgia joins International Francophonie celebrations. On 8 March 2023, the Embassy of Georgia in Ireland participated in the Francophonie International Buffet at the „Light House Cinema” as a co-organizer of the cultural programme “Month of Francophonie”. Georgian Embassy presented Georgian wine and cuisine.

Launch of a Postage Stamp dedicated to the 25th Anniversary of Georgia-Ireland Diplomatic Relations

Launch of a Postage Stamp dedicated to the 25th Anniversary of Georgia-Ireland Diplomatic Relations

On the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Georgia and Ireland the Embassy organized a Postage Stamp Launch in Leinster House on 1st March.

On February 25, 2023 the National Flag of Georgia is flying at half-mast at the premises of the Embassy of Georgia

On February 25, 2023 the National Flag of Georgia is flying at half-mast at the premises of the Embassy of Georgia

On February 25, 2023 the National Flag of Georgia is flying at half-mast at the premises of the Embassy of Georgia in Dublin to commemorate the tragic occasion of the occupation of the Democratic Republic of Georgia by the Soviet Russia's Red Army on February 25, 1921.

On 20th November Georgian Trio Mandili participated in festival “ Songs from An Open Road” held in Galway, in An Taibhdhearc - National Irish Language Theatre.

On 20th November Georgian Trio Mandili participated in festival “ Songs from An Open Road” held in Galway, in An Taibhdhearc - National Irish Language Theatre.

On 20th November Georgian Trio Mandili participated in festival “ Songs from An Open Road” held in Galway, in An Taibhdhearc - National Irish Language Theatre. Ambassador George Zurabashvili addressed the audience underlying traditional Georgian polyphony, one of the most fascinating vocal traditions in the world.

Georgian celebration of James Joyce and Ulysses at 100 in Georgia

Georgian celebration of James Joyce and Ulysses at 100 in Georgia

Embassy of Georgia would like to thank the Director of the James Joyce Centre Darina Gallagher for organising a very special Georgian celebration of James Joyce and Ulysses at 100 in Georgia.

Today, on 27 September 2022, the National Flag of Georgia flies at half-mast at the Embassy of Georgia in Ireland

Today, on 27 September 2022, the National Flag of Georgia flies at half-mast at the Embassy of Georgia in Ireland

Today, on 27 September 2022, the National Flag of Georgia flies at half-mast at the Embassy of Georgia in Ireland, to mark the 29th anniversary of the tragic fall of Georgian city Sokhumi in Abkhazia region of Georgia to the hands of illegal military groups supported by the Russian regular army. The fall of Sokhumi was accompanied by mass murders and ethnic cleansing of hundreds of thousands of Georgians from Abkhazia, Georgia.