FOREIGN Minister Ratu Inoke Kubuabola has concluded bilateral discussions with his Georgian counterpart, Gregory Vashadze.
The government said in a statement the discussions between the foreign ministers focused on bilateral relations and international pressing issues.
It said the visit is a demonstration of strengthening of relations between the two countries.
Minister Vashadze highlighted the need to develop more specific cooperation in areas such as culture, sports, science and other areas of mutual interest, and demonstrated Georgia's commitment to enhancing relations with the offer of six undergraduate scholarships to Fiji students.
"The scholarships will comprise three medical scholarships and three others to focus on areas to be determined by Fiji government," the statement said.
"Minister Vashadze also mentioned Georgia's readiness to assist Fiji where possible and looks forward to receiving Fiji's preferred areas of assistance.
Earlier, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola attended a wreath-laying ceremony to the tomb of heroes who sacrificed their lives for Georgian unity.