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“Ambassadorial 2012” to be finished today
10:11 07.09.2012
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The “Ambassadorial 2012” will be finished today in the hotel “Radisson”.

According to the agenda, today, ambassadors and senior diplomat guests will discuss economic projects.

The conference will be opened by the U.S. economic attaché to Great Britain Joe Biden. CEO of the Georgian partnership fund, Nika Gilauri, will also address diplomats with a speech. 

Yesterday, within the Ambassadorial, NATO Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen delivered a speech. Secretary General has already left Georgia. 

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