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Lithuania and Georgia to organize councils on cooperation2010-03-29 21:38
Permanent councils on cooperation, headed by deputy Foreign Ministers, will be established in the framework of Charter of Strategic cooperation between Latvia and Georgia, said Georgian Foreign Minister Vashadze at the joint briefing with his Lithuanian counterpart Audronius Ažubalis, staying in Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Minister, these councils will work in 3 directions. In particular, these will be bilateral relations and cooperation in the framework of the EU and NATO - Novosti-Gruzia.
Vashadze thanked his Lithuanian counterpart, who "participated in all the actions of solidarity in regard to Georgia".
Audronius Ažubalis , in his turn, expressed hope his visit would favour deeper cooperation between the two countries.
He also promised to continue policy of non-recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
"We saw the country was divided into 3 parts and saw flags if the third country in the territory of Georgia; this arises many questions and evokes bad feeling." Yet he mentioned he didn't consider having no communications with Russia as right.
The charter of strategic partnership between Georgia and Lithuania was signed in spring 2009.