Embassy of Georgia in China
Embassy of the Republic of Georgia in Beijing
Ambassador: H.E.Mr. Sikharulidze Karlo
Address: No. LA 03-02, Section A, Liangmaqiao Diplomatic Compound, No.22 Dongfang Dong Lu, Chaoyang District, Beijing
Postal Code: 100600
Tel. (+86)10 6532 7518, 6532 7525
Fax: (+86)10 6532 7519
If you are going to the Embassy, you could find a right bus to get to Liangmaqiao first. The urban transportation of Beijing City is very convenient. Many buses pass Liangmaqiao, including Buses No. 402, 405, 302, 974, 300, 516, 675, 954, 683, 701, 416, 207, 909, 672, and 421. Also you can take the Subway Line 10 to get there.
The Buildings near to Liangmaqiao Diplomatic Compound
The Liangmaqiao Diplomatic Compound, located in the newly-established Third Embassy Zone, is 20 minutes' drive from Beijing Capital International Airport. The Third Embassy Zone neighbors on Kempinski Hotel and Hilton Hotel and surrounded by the New American Embassy, Japanese Embassy and South Korean Embassy.
Bilateral Relationship between Georgia and China:
On December 27th, 1991, the State Council and Foreign Minister Qian Qichen informed Georgian Foreign Minister that Chinese Government recognized the independence of Georgia. In 1992, the Republic of Georgia established diplomatic relations with China. The two countries share a good cooperation environment. The cooperative fields refer to culture, science, technology, education and trade.
About Dual Nationality:
According to the Law of Georgia Nationality, it admits dual nationality conditionally. The Georgian citizens are not allowed to join the other nationalities unless they get the approval of their Government. The Georgians with foreign nationalities can apply to Georgia Government for the restoration of Georgian nationality and the reservation of their foreign nationalities. Foreign citizens also can apply to the Government for Georgian nationality.
Please contact China Embassy in Georgia if Georgians will go to China.
We are Australian, flying from Georgia to Australia (in transit in China). It has been confirmed we do not need visas as we are in transit for less than 24 hours in China.
I did read there can be airport exceptions to this rule possibly? Which may require us to still get visas? Please note we land at Urumqi and Guangzhou airports. Does the 24 hour exception rule still hold please?
Thank you, Julie
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