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The intensity of flights between Georgia and Turkey will Increase Featured

The intensity of flights between Georgia and Turkey will Increase

From Batumi airport since now will fly two flights to Istanbul and one flight to Ankara.

 It was declared by President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili at the briefing in Istanbul Airport, where he along with Turkish Prime- Minister met discharged from captivity Georgian and Turkish sailors by Somali pirates.

According to him, through Turkey, Georgia will contact the railroad with Europe.

"In 2012, will begin the railway trials, and in 2013 - the constant movement of trains on a modern railway Kars-Akhalkalaki-Tbilisi. And it will be a great geopolitical breakthrough for the region ", - emphasized the Georgian President.

 

 

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