The Czech Republic welcomes Georgian efforts aimed at European and Euro-Atlantic integration and supports restoration of its territorial integrity.
Contacts of political representatives from both countries have become more intensive during recent years. In 2006 Georgia was visited by the Chairman of the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic P. Sobotka, in 2007 by the Czech Prime Minister M. Topolanek and in 2008 by the Czech Minister of Foreign Affairs K. Schwarzenberg.
The Czech Republic supports the development of cooperation with Georgia, there were several projects implemented in Tbilisi, Samtskhe-Javakheti, Imereti and Guria aimed at reducing illegal migration. After the conflict in August 2008 the Czech Government decided to allocate approx. 6 mil. EUR for reconstruction and humanitarian aid.
Mutual trade is on the rise, however, it has not reached its potential yet. In 2007 the turnover was 54 mil. USD, in 2008 76,2 mil. USD.
Diplomatic relations between both countries were established in January 1993. The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Georgia was opened in 2006, Georgian Embassy in Prague was opened in 2006.