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Georgian is visited by NATO Ambassadors
10:50 13.09.2012
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NATO ambassadors of Estonia, Lithuania and Poland are paying an official visit to Georgia.

Within the visit, the ambassadors will hold meetings with representatives of the government, opposition, non-governmental organizations and national minorities.

The Ambassadors were met by Georgian Ambassador in NATO, Gega Mgaloblishvili. According to him, the visit of the Ambassadors reveals intense dynamics in Georgia-NATO relations.

The Ambassadors visit will last two days, after which they will leave Georgia.  

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