Foreign Minister Titus Corlatean participated in Tbilisi on Sunday at the investiture ceremony of Georgia’s President Giorgi Margvelashvili, whom he sent, within a bilateral meeting, a message of congratulations on Romania’s behalf. According to a communiqué quoted by Agerpres, Corlatean said that through his participation in the investiture ceremony Romania wanted to confirm once more the firm support for Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic and European aspirations, mainly in the context of the preparations for the Eastern Partnership Summit of Vilnius (November 28-29, 2013). Minister Titus Corlatean voiced Bucharest’s commitment to further boost the Romanian-Georgian high-level political dialogue and strengthening the bilateral cooperation. The Romanian official reiterated the support for solving in a peaceful, negotiated manner the conflicts in Georgia, with the observance of Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, within its internationally recognized borders. Georgia’s President Giorgi Margvelashvili thanked Minister Corlatean for the constant and substantial support Romania granted to Georgia’s European and Euro-Atlantic aspirations, as well as for the observance of the principle of Georgia’s territorial integrity and sovereignty, reads the communiqué. On the occasion of the two-day visit to Georgia, Corlatean met with his Georgian counterpart Maia Pandjikidze and with the representatives of the Romanian national contingent within EUMM Georgia.