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Presentation of “Georgian de-occupation center” to be held in “Sheraton Metechi Palace”
10:27 15.09.2012
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Today, at 15:00, Georgian MP Gia Tortladze will hold a presentation of “Georgian de-occupation center”. 

Along politicians the event will be attended by art figures too. It is planed to be held in Telavi “Sheraton Metechi Palace”.

Anyone can attend the presentation.

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