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Meeting of Azerbaijani and Armenian sides will be hold on the territory of Georgia
11:44 11.06.2012
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On June 16, in the village Tekla, Marneuli region, in Georgia, Azerbaijani and Armenian peacekeepers will met each-other and talk about recent tensed situation. 

Information about it was reported by Internet-portal According to it, the organizer of the meeting is an association in Georgia “Tekali”, Azerbaijani regional cooperation and community development center and Armenian center of peace initiatives in Caucasus.   

According to the information of the publication Turan, the project in Caucasus initiatives center is carried out by the U.S. National Foundation for the Promotion of Democracy. 

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