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Georgian deputies will hold bilateral meetings in Strasbourg
09:20 24.04.2012
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Georgian deputies will hold bilateral meetings in Strasbourg today.

Simultaneously with the parliament sessions, the legislators are holding bilateral meetings in the Council. MPs have already met with the Deputies of Czech Republic, Poland and Estonia. Bilateral relationships were discussed with them.    

 The Georgian delegation was promised having full support of European diplomats. 

Georgian delegation is represented by: members of parliamentary majority Akaki Minashvili, davit Darchiashvili, Peter Tsiskarishvili and also, parliamentary minority leader Giorgi Targamadze.

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