Georgia to be represented at informal meeting on "Eastern Partnership" in Baku
Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept.2
By Seba Agayeva - Trend:
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Energy and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia will participate in the informal meetings of the heads of the Foreign Ministry and the Energy Ministers of the "Eastern Partnership" in Baku, the Georgian embassy in Baku told Trend Sept.2.
Azerbaijan previously initiated an informal meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Energy Ministers of the participating countries of the EU "Eastern Partnership" on Sept.8-9 in Baku.
The EU's "Eastern Partnership", covering six countries including Azerbaijan, is an initiative of Poland and Sweden aimed at improving of relations with the CIS countries within the framework of the EU Neighborhood Policy.
It is expected that the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Energy, Kakha Kaladze and the head of MFA Maya Pandzhikidze will hold talks with the Azerbaijani side on bilateral and regional cooperation development during the visit.