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Estonia Foreign Affairs Minister to visit Georgia
09:57 12.09.2012
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Foreign Minister of the Republic of Estonia, Urmas Paet is going to arrive in Georgia with an official visit today.  
Within the mentioned visit, meeting with Georgian Foreign Affairs Minister Grigol Vashadze and other high representatives of Georgian government is planned. 
In addition, Georgian and Estonian Foreign Affairs Ministers will sign “Protocol on implementation agreement between Georgian and European Union on readmission of persons residing without authorization”.   
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