GUAM secretary general speaks with Georgian ambassadors
GUAM Secretary General Valery Chechelashvili will speak about the organization's priorities at an ambassadorial meeting this week in Tbilisi.
Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova and Azerbaijan are members of GUAM.
Chechelashvili told journalists today that he will discuss specific projects implemented in the framework of GUAM on free trade and cooperation in tourism, transport and energy.
"I will focus my attention on regional cooperation and cooperation priorities," he said. "This concerns specific projects implemented within the organization."
Four post-Soviet republics - Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova - established GUAM in 1997 during a summit of EU presidents in Strasbourg. In 1999, Uzbekistan joined the format, only to leave four years later. The organization changed its name at a summit in 2006 to the GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development.
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