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NATO Ambassadors continue meetings in Georgia
09:59 14.09.2012
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NATO Ambassadors of Estonia, Lithuania and Poland are paying an official visit to Georgia.

Within the visit, the ambassadors have already met the ombudsman Giorgi Tugushi and visited Rustavi House of Justice. Today, the Ambassadors will hold a meeting with the Parliament Speaker David Bakradze too. 

The meeting will be held at 17:00 in the Parliament.

The ambassadors are also planning to hold talks with the representatives of the government, opposition, non-governmental organizations and national minorities.

The Ambassadors visit will last two days, after which they will leave Georgia.

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