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CNN’s reportage from the city Lazika
11:40 13.06.2012
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The TV-company CNN made a long reportage about the construction of the new Georgian coastal town Lazika.

Journalist Paula Newton is preparing a series of programs about Georgia and this time she made a report about Lazika.

The journalist talks about the prospect of the seaside city which is under construction now and discusses future of the free industrial zone of Georgia.

The journalist had a conversation with the Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, Vera Kobalia, on this topic. 

The report shows the current views and future projects of Lazika. 

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