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Polish Senate Marshal will meet Mikheil Saakashvili today
09:41 25.06.2012
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Polish Senate Marshal Bogdan Borusewicz will visit Georgia with an official visit today.

Within the visit, Bogdan Borusewicz will meet with Georgian President, Mikheil Saakashvili and Prime-Minister Nika Gilauri.

Meetings in the parliament, Foreign Affairs Ministry and “Caucasus House” are also planned.

Bogdan Borusewicz will read a lecture for students in Iv. Javakhishvili State University and will lay a wreath at memorial on the Lech Kaczynski street.  

Within the visit, Polish senate representatives will visit Kutaisi and Batumi too and will leave Georgia on June 28.

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