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Mikheil Saakashvili is attending conference of the World Tourism Organization
12:44 09.05.2012
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At this moment Georgian president is attending the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) conference and is addressing the audience with a speech.

Information about it was spread few minutes ago on the President’s official “facebook” page. 

The main topic of the conversation is connected to the development of the tourism potential and implementation of the necessary measures for this. 

According Mikheil Saakashvili, tourism development will positively reflect on the country’s economic recovery, as well as, its political-security aspects.  

The World Tourism Organization conference is held in Batumi and it is attended by more than 8- delegations from 45 countries. 

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