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Armenian Foreign Minister to visit Georgia today2013-02-11 13:06
Armenian Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandyan begins his official visit to Georgia today, on February 11.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the GHN, Nalbandyan is expected to take part in the conference of foreign ministers of the Eastern Partnership.
During the visit, the Armenian Foreign Minister also will meet with his Georgian counterpart, Maya Panjikidze.
The visit will last until February 13.
As recalled by the News-Azerbaijan, the Eastern Partnership is aimed at rapprochement between the EU and Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Belarus and Ukraine. The program provides for the allocation of 600 million euros to the "Six" by 2013, which is intended to strengthen state institutions, control borders and help small businesses. Eastern Partnership does not provide opportunities for the EU membership, but involves political and economic rapprochement with this regional organization, including visa facilitation and cooperation in the energy sector.
The founding summit of the Eastern Partnership was held on May 7, 2009, in Prague.