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Ahmet Yimaya: it is honor for Turkey to go with the flow of time along with Georgia
14:33 09.06.2012
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On the meeting with Georgian Parliament Speaker, David Bakradze, Turkish Deptuy spoke about relations between the two countries in terms of culture, economy and history. 

After the meeting the Turkish Parliament Justice Commission head, Ahmet Yimaya said to journalists that Georgia-Turkish relations is based on mutual confidence and respect and that is important as fot Turkey as well as, for Georgia.

He said if one day the world was re-created and the God asked Turkey which country it would like to have in neighbors, Turkey’s choice would be Georgia.  

“The sun rises from the East and sets in the West. It was so today too – it rised from the east and will set down in the west. The river of the time passes very fast and it is honor for Turkey to go with this flow of time along with Georgia”, - He said.    

In the frameworks of the visit to Georgia, Turkish Parliament Committees’ chairmen will meet with Prime-Minister Nika Gilauri. In addition, Turkish Parliamentary delegation will visit the service agency of the Internal Affairs Ministry of Georgia. The Deputies will visit Kutaisi and Batumi too. 

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