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Israel to share with Georgia water, not arms2010-08-19 16:26
The meeting of Ramaz Nikolaishvili, the Minister of infrastructure of Georgia, and Uzi Landau, the Minister of National Infrastructure of Israel, was held in Jerusalem.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Yisrael Beiteinu portal reports that both noted the satisfactory deve4lopment of relations between Israel and Georgia. The Israeli Minister said his country is ready to share water-saving technologies with Georgia.
"We are interested in our experience, we would like to borrow your technologies, directed at economy and saving water resources. As it known, in this issue and in issue of desalination and treatment for recycling water, Israel is the world leader," Nikolaishvili added.
Yesterday he met with Avigdor Lieberman, the Foreign Minister of Israel, who claimed that cooperation between Israel and Georgia in military sphere is out of agenda.
"With consideration of the sensitivity of the situation in the Middle east and Caucasus the military cooperation isn't in the agenda of bilateral relations," Lieberman said.