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Mikheil Saakashvili will read a public lecture at Princeton University
09:54 17.05.2012
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Georgian President, Mikheil Saakashvili will read a public lecture about the reforms implemented in Georgia at Princeton University today.

At the University, the first person of the State will discuss the changes and reforms, which took place in the last 8 years in Georgia.

The subject of the public lecture is: “Georgia’s Democratic transformation: a precedent for former Soviet Union countries”.

After New York, President’s working schedule continues in Chicago.

Within his visit to the United States, Georgian President will also hold meetings with representatives of political and business circles. In addition, several public speeches of Saakashvili at leading American Universities are scheduled.

We will recall you that Georgian President is in United States with a working visit. 

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