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Foreign Affairs Ministry delegation will travel to Vatican
09:45 21.06.2012
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Georgian Foreign Affairs Ministry delegation headed by Deputy Minister Nikoloz Vashakidze will travel to Vatican.

According to the information of the Foreign Ministry, in the frameworks of the visit, ceremonial events dedicated to the 20th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic ties between Georgia and Vatican are planned on June 21-23.

In addition, all the important issues of bilateral relations will be discussed within the visit.

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