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Yushchenko won’t arrive at energy summit in Georgia2010-01-13 10:42
Viktor Yushchenko, the President of Ukraine, won't arrive at energy summit in Georgia. He explains it's connected with presidential elections in Ukraine - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I must be in Ukraine, communicate with electors," he said.
Previously Alexander Khetaguri, the Minister of Energy of Georgia, said that the energy summit in Batumi on January 14th will adopt a declaration on energy supplies for Western Europe principles.
Summit in Batumi will be attended by Presidents of Poland and Azerbaijan, and also high-ranking governmental officials from Baltic countries, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkmenia, Kazakhstan.
Khetaguri said the summit is devoted to development of southern energy corridor, its aim is discussion of Caspian energy carriers supplies for Western Europe countries.
Implementation of Nabucco project will also be discussed, he mentioned.