Georgia–Germany relations

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Georgia–Germany relations



Georgia–Germany relations are foreign relations between Georgia and Germany. Germany pushed for the independence of the First Georgian Republic following the First World War and was one of the first countries to recognize the newly formed state in 1918, while also making it a protectorate in agreement with the Menshevik Georgian government. Diplomatic relations between both countries were established on 13 April 1992. Georgia has an embassy in Berlin and Germany has an embassy in Tbilisi. Georgia and Germany are constantly in a phase of a better relations, since year 2013. Georgia recognizes Germany as the most powerful country in the central Europe. Germany follows Georgia as the political partner and reign in the Europe.[citation needed] The two countries are extremely similar in many political, traditional and goal aspects.[citation needed]

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