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Georgia intends to open embassy in Moldova2012-04-18 18:20
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili has made changes to the presidential decree of June 1, 2010 "On approving the list of Georgia's diplomatic missions abroad", according to which Georgia is going to open embassy in Moldova.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Thus, the Georgian Embassy in Moldova will become the 59th Georgia's diplomatic missions abroad, NewsGeorgia reported.
Moldova is included in the list of countries where the diplomatic representatives of Georgia abroad are accredited. Georgia's embassy to Romania and Moldova is located in Bucharest.
Presidential Decree will enter into force on May 10.
It should be recalled that meeting of Mikheil Saakashvili and Prime Minister of Moldova Vladimir Filat was held in Poland, at the International Economic Forum, in September 2011. At the meeting, the parties discussed the plans related to the integration of these countries into the EU.