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Georgia and Armenia to discuss economic development of bordering regions2010-05-13 14:11
Today in Tbilisi a working meeting on improvement of economic development of bordering regions of Georgia and Armenia will be held.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Meeting participants, Georgian and Armenian public organisations, central and regional authorities, representatives of international and non-government al organisations will discuss results of study and recommendations for regions adjacent to Georgian-Armenian border.
Besides, consideration of issues of economic and social cooperation of local self-governance authorities of bordering regions is planned.
Yesterday Armenians, living in Chanakhchi, fought and took back their neighbours, detained for violation of a state border.
Andranik Konyan and Giulnara Murandyan were detained by Georgian border guards on May 7th. They both are citizens of Armenians, and have Georgian stamps in passports giving right to settle in Georgia.
Nevertheless, they were arrested and taken to Opreti, the neighbouring village, where border guards' checkpoint is located. Neighbours of the detained came to help, had a clash in Opreti, ad in result the young people were released. Yet the passports of Konyan and Muradyan remained with the board guards.