Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia
საქართველოს საგარეო საქმეთა სამინისტრო
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Coat of arms of Georgia
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Logo of MFA
Agency overview
Formed May 25, 1918
Headquarters Sh. Chitadze str. 4, Tbilisi, Georgia 0118
Annual budget 110 million (2015)[1]
(~$50 million)
Agency executive
Website www.mfa.gov.ge

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, is one of 17 ministries of the Cabinet of Georgia, responsible for the country's network of relationships with foreign nations. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is located on Chitadze Street in Tbilisi, Georgia.

This ministry first appeared in Georgian politics in 1918 when the first leader of the Democratic Republic of Georgia Noe Zhordania formed the first Cabinet of Georgia. The incumbent is Mikheil Janelidze.

Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Democratic Republic of Georgia

People's Commissars of Foreign Affairs of Georgian SSR

Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Georgian SSR

Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Georgia

References

  1. ^ Georgia, Civil. "Civil.Ge - 2015 წლის ბიუჯეტის პირველადი პროექტი". www.civil.ge. 
  2. ^ "МИНИСТРЫ ИНОСТРАННЫХ ДЕЛ ГРУЗИИ" [Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Georgia]. Archived from the original on 2010-12-27. Retrieved 2011-02-17. 


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