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Giga Bokeria and Stanislav Koziej will hold a joint briefing
08:53 26.04.2012
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Within the two-day official visit, the Poland Security Council delegation headed by Bureau chief Stanislav Kojey arrived in Georgia.

In frameworks of the visit, it is planned to sign a security cooperation plan between the Security Council of Georgia and National Security Bureau of Poland.

The document provides for the exchange of information and experience between the Security Council of Georgia and National Security Bureau of Poland, as well as joint activities.

The ceremony of the cooperation plan signing will be held on 13:00 in the office of Georgian Security Council. Following the meeting, Secretary of the Georgian National Security Council Giga Bokeria and chief of the Polish National Security Bureau Koziej will hold a joint briefing for the media.

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