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President of European Council to visit Georgia
09:23 04.07.2012
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Today the president of the European Council Herman Van Rompoy will arrive in Georgia. 

According to the information of the Foreign Affairs Ministry, the visit reaffirms EU’s special interest towards Georgia and demonstrates strong political support of EU towards the country.      

The main goal of the visit is discussion of the current political situation in Georgia, stability and security issues, as well as other topics concerning the cooperation with EU.  

Within the frameworks of the visit, meeting with the EU Monitoring Mission is planned. Also, during the visit Rompoy will hold meetings with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and the Parliament Speaker David Bakradze.
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