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Georgi Baramidze went to Ukraine from Czech Republic2010-04-26 23:09
Today, Vice Prime Minister of Georgia, State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Georgi Baramidze started off for Ukraine, GeorgiaTimes correspondent in Tbilisi reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As was informed by the State Minister's office, he will take part in the fourth Euro-Ukrainian forum that is to be held in Kiev; the forum will be dedicated to the issues of Ukraine's integration into the European structures, economical cooperation of the East-European countries and regional development.
The Georgian Vice Prime Minister is expected to make a speech at the forum. He will touch upon the issues of regional safety, Eastern Partnership EU program and regional cooperation.
The State Minister's office underlined that this is the first visit of the Georgian Vice Prime Minister to Kiev after Victor Yanukovitch has been elected President of Ukraine; besides taking part in the forum, Georgi Baramidze is going to hold meetings with Chairman of the European Integration Committee of Verkhovna Rada Boris Tarasjuk, Head of the President's Administration Sergey Levochkin and other governmental officials. He will also give an interview to the journalists and will take part in the final press-conference of the forum.
Baramidze has been staying in Czech Republic on a working visit since April 21. He took part in the International Conference "Military Doctrine in Russia: Challenges to the Central and East Europe".