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Anders Fogh Rasmussen to visit Tbilisi
09:51 06.09.2012
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Georgia will be visited by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen today. According to the Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze, Rasmussen will take part in Ambassadorial, which will be held in Georgia on 5-7 September. 
Ambassadorial will be attended by: Foreign Affairs Minister of Sweden, Carl Bildt, officials of Poland, Fiji and Argentina Foreign Affairs Ministries.  
In recent years Ambassadorial is systematically held in Georgia. The ambassadors accredited in abroad receive information on reforms implemented in Georgia.
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