Azerbaijan, Baku, August 30 / Trend S. Agayeva /
Mutual trips of children deprived of parental care will be made at the initiative of Azerbaijani and Georgian First Ladies.
Mutual trips of children deprived of parental care will be made as part of the cultural program upon a joint initiative of Heydar Aliyev Foundation President Mehriban Aliyeva and Georgian First Lady Sandra Elisabeth Roelofs, the Foundation said.
The Georgian delegation of 20 people will arrive in Baku September 1. Guests from a friendly country will visit the Alley of Martyrs and the Honorary Cemetery. After a meeting in the Heydar Aliyev Foundation they will become familiar with the historical, cultural sites and sightseeing.
Georgian teenagers will visit such historic places as Icheri Sheher, archaeological and ethnographic museums Gala, Gobustan and the Museum of Modern Art. They will get acquainted with their peers in the children's summer camp No 1.
The delegation will visit Gabala, Sheki and Ismayilli within ten days. Visitors will get acquainted with the nature of Azerbaijan and the life of the region. They will make a trip to historical places.
Sports competitions will be held among teenagers and interesting leisure activities will be organized with the purpose of active rest.
According to the agreement between the countries, teenagers will make a trip from Azerbaijan to Georgia in November.