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James Appathuria has left Georgia
13:30 12.06.2012
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James Appathurai, NATO Secretary General’s Representative for South Caucasus and Central Asia has already left Georgia.

Within the visit, the Secretary General has opened the NATO week, as well as, has met with the Foreign Affairs Minister, Parliament Speaker and Vice Prime-Minister. 

The NATO week is continued. In the frameworks of it different events are planned. A lecture will be conducted for the Poti Coastal Guard Information Center volunteers.

They will participate in simulated operations of patrolling and detention of vessels. Also, different sports competitions will be held.

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