Georgian state minister to partake in Czech conference
Georgia, Tbilisi, April 24 / Trend , N.Kirtskhalia/
Georgian State Minister on European and Euro Atlantic Integration Georgy Baramidze has left for Czechia to partake at the conference of the EU, Schengen zone countries, East Europe, Central Asia and Turkey.
A partnership in migration will be discussed in Prague on April 27-28. A joint Declaration on deepening of cooperation related migration issues will be signed.
The Georgian delegation to conference comprises Minister for refugees and accommodation Koba Subeliani and deputy minister Tamar Martiashvili.
During the visit to Czechia, Vice Prime Minister will hold bilateral meetings with Czech state officials, as well as state officials from Germany, Sweden and France.
Baramidze will focus attention on relations between Russia and Georgia, ending occupation of territories, prospects of Georgia's integration to the Euro Atlantic organizations, bilateral relations and prospects of additional investment flow from Czechia.
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