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James Appathuria will arrive in Georgia on June 11
10:34 08.06.2012
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James Appathurai, NATO Secretary General’s Representative for South Caucasus and Central Asia, will arrive in Georgia on June 11.  

In the frameworks of the visit, James Appathuria will meet with the Foreign Minister of Georgia, Parliament Speaker, vice Prime-Minister and the Secretary of the Security Council.  

According to the information of the Foreign Ministry, the goal of the meetings is to discuss results of the Chicago Summit held on May 20-21 of the current year and future plans for Georgia’s integration to NATO. 

Within the visit, James Appathurai will also attend and open NATO Week planned in Georgia on 11-16 June.

NATO Secretary General’s Representative will also hold meetings with the various groups of civil society. 

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