Gela Dumbadze commenced the duties of the Head of diplomatic mission of Georgia to Ukraine and gave the copies of credentials to the deputy minister of foreign affairs of Ukraine on the issues of European integration Elena Zerkal.
Elena Zerkal congratulated Gela Dumbadze with the start of diplomatic mission to Ukraine, expressed gratitude to Georgian side for the support of sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine making emphasis on the eagerness of our state to the further development of mutually profitable collaboration between both countries’, it is said in the report of Ministry of International Affairs.
The sides expressed mutual readiness to support the active political dialogue and deepen collaboration in all the scopes representing common interest.
The diplomat Gela Dumbadze was born in 1965 in Tbilisi city. He started his career in 1998 from the work of the first secretary in Department of information and connections with society of Ministry of International Affairs of Georgia. In 2001 he graduated from diplomatic academy. Then he was assigned to the job position of the deputy head of Department of foreign political information and connections with society of Ministry of International Affairs of the country. In 2001 he was assigned as the councilor in the embassy of Georgia in Azerbaijan while in 2005-2007 he was the head of Directorate of cultural heritage and connections with the expat community of Ministry of International Affairs of Georgia. In 2007 he received diplomatic range of the senior councilor. In 2009-2013 Mr Dumbadze assigned the job position of the councilor of the embassy of Georgia to Ukraine. Afterwards, during 2013-2014 he was assigning the duties of the Ambassador in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. Since the 2-nd of June 2014 till the 22-nd of July he was the deputy of State Minister of Georgia on the issues of expat community while since the 26-th of July 2014 he became the State Minister of Georgia on the issues of expat community.
We are going to remind that from 2013 to 2017 the Ambassador of Georgia to Ukraine was the diplomat Michael Ukleba.
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