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PM of Georgia held meetings in Brussels2010-03-16 12:17
Nikoloz Gilari, staying with a working visit in Brussels, has already held a number of meetings - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the press service of the State Chancellery, Gilauri met with Ives Leterme, the PM of Belgium; Siim Kallas, European Commissioner for Transport; and Stefan Fuele, the Commissioner designate for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy.
At these meetings the sides discussed signing agreements on air communication. Gilauri called these issues very important and noted the introduction of new flights will favour luring foreign air companies to the Georgian market.
According to the Georgian PM, the country has already received the most part of aid of USD 4.5 bn, promised at the international conference in Brussels, and the sum was mostly allocated on building houses for refugees. Gilauri said the projects would be continued in case the EU would finance them in the future.
Gilauri's visit to Brussels continues, today he'll hold a number of meetings as well.