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Diplomatic relations between Georgia and the Republic of Malta were established on 1 February 1993.

From 2004, the Embassy of Georgia to the Republic of Italy has extended its diplomatic presence to the Republic of Malta.

From 2010 to 2020, the Embassy of the Republic of Malta to Poland extended its diplomatic presence to Georgia, and since 2020 - the Republic of Malta has been extending its diplomatic presence to Georgia.



Agreements signed with the Republic of Malta include cooperation in areas such as:  avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion, fight against crime, culture, science and education.

Malta supports the territorial integrity of Georgia and the policy of non-recognition with respect to the occupied regions.

Georgia and Malta enjoy positive dynamics of bilateral relations. Important meetings and visits conducted at the level of executive and legislative authorities of the two countries:

Visit of the Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia, Shalva Papuashvili to Malta, on 8-9 May 2023;

Meeting between Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Garibashvili and Prime Minister of the Republic of Malta, Robert Abela within the frames of the UN General Assembly on 22 September 2023;

Meeting between Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Ilia Darchiashvili and Minister for Foreign and European Affairs and Trade of the Republic of Malta, Ian Borg, within the frames of the Council of Europe’s Ministerial Meeting on 19 June 2022, in Turin.

Cooperation with the Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies of the University of Malta (MEDAC) granted Georgian Government representatives the opportunity to participate in the Master’s Programme in Diplomacy over more than two decades.

Malta for being appointed as Chair of the OSCE for 2024.