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David Bakradze conducted meetings in Lithuania2009-02-18 12:30
Yesterday David Bakradze, the Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia, conducted a number of meetings with the government of Lithuania representatives, the press service of the Georgian Parliament informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
David Bakradze and the PM of Lithuania, Andrius Kubilius discussed the post-war situation in Georgia, the affect of the economic crisis on the country, the issues of free trade of Georgia with the EU countries and simplification of the visa regime between Georgia and the EU. Georgia was promised full political and economic support in these issues.
Bakradze conducted meetings with Arunas Valinskas, the Lithuanian Parliament Speaker and Petras Loumanas, the Head of Lithuanian Parliamentary Friendship Group with Georgia. Issue of Georgian products to Lithuania was discussed, alongside with other issues. "Georgia inspects Lithuania and the way of its development, because Georgia, as a democrat state should pass the same way. Lithuania is a good example from soviet management until the democrat state transformation", noted David Bakradze.
At the meeting with Valdas Adamkus the post-August war situation in Georgia and issue of refugees was discussed.
David Bakradze thanked him for support of sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia and noted that Georgia and Lithuania has common values.
Valdas Adamkus promised to keep supporting Georgia in the process of its integration in European structures.