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Fifteen countries stand in solidarity with victims of attacks by the Myanmar security forces and condemn attacks on places of worship.
The UK has expressed its concern after the Georgian Dream party withdrew from an agreement made on 19 April which sought to end political deadlock.
Ambassador Neil Bush reiterates our unwavering support for Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity within its internationally recognised borders.
The UK delivered this statement during the Universal Periodic Adoption for Georgia.
The UK's International Human Rights Ambassador delivered this statement during the Item 10 (Technical Assistance and Capacity) General Debate.
Nicola Murray, Deputy Head of Delegation, expresses UK concern at the detention of Georgian citizen Mr Gakheladze at the OSCE Permanent Council.
Rita French, UK Ambassador for Human Rights, delivered this statement on Georgia at the 37th Session of Universal Periodic Review (UPR), sharing recommendations to improve their human rights record.
Information about possible Transboundary Environmental Impacts (UNECE Espoo Convention and UNECE Aarhus Convention)
Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon welcomes conclusions of the 43rd Session of the UN Human Rights Council
UK International Ambassador for Human Rights, Rita French, delivers the UK statement under item 10 commenting on the UK's strong support for the vital role of technical cooperation
Mr Mark Clayton has been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Georgia in succession to Mr Justin McKenzie Smith.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab calls out Russia's campaign of unacceptable cyber-attacks against Georgia.
The agreement will ensure British businesses and consumers benefit from continued preferential trade with Georgia after we leave the EU.
At the invitation of the Georgian authorities, the North Atlantic Council (NAC) visited Georgia on 3 and 4 October 2019.
The UK emphasised the significant role that technical cooperation has and discussed the continued engagement of the governments of Afghanistan & Georgia.
The UK commended Georgia for its ongoing cooperation with the Council, but raised concerns regarding access to the Georgian regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
The UK welcomed progress and highlighted its concerns regarding the human rights situations in Georgia, the Maldives, Afghanistan and Libya.
Minister for Europe Sir Alan Duncan will visit Tbilisi to open the fifth Strategic Dialogue with Georgia.
The UK reflected on recent successes of the Human Rights Council and praised Georgia for its continued cooperation and the Maldives for its recent elections.
The Ambassador joined a panel at a side event at the Human Rights Council 39, to discuss the importance of access to International Human Rights Mechanisms.
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