Georgian Foreign Minister To Leave For Brussels
Ekaterine Tkeshelashvili, Minster of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, will leave for Brussels on Tuesday, reported Prime-News.
She will participate in the sitting of the Euro-Atlantic Council that will be held on June 18.
According to the foreign ministry, Tkeshelashvili will take part in the International conference devoted to issues on global safety on June 20-22.
After that the Georgian minister will visit Poland where the meeting of heads of foreign departments entering "new friends" group will be held on June 25.