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Panjikidze: foreign policy course of Georgia won’t be changed
12:38 08.10.2012
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Candidate of the Foreign Affairs Minister, Maia Panjikidze states that the foreign policy direction won’t be changed. 

As Panjikidze said to reporters, the foreign policy course of the country is integration into European and Euro-Atlantic structures, strategic partnership with the U.S. and friendly relations with neighboring countries.

According to her, there is a specific draft for regulation of relations with Russia, however, the final plan will became known after it will move to the foreign department.  

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