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Batumi hosts trilateral meeting of foreign ministers of Georgia, Turkey and Azerbaijan

Trilateral meeting of foreign ministers of Georgia, Turkey and Azerbaijan will be held on March 28 in Batumi, said the Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister David Jalagania.


According to him, the first such meeting was held on June 8, 2012 in Trabzon, Turkey, and there ministers signed a joint declaration. In Batumi will be held the second meeting in trilateral format.


There ministers will discuss plan interagency cooperation for the period 2013-2015, which is developed by the relevant ministries of the three countries and provides for joint projects and initiatives on various trends. The plan covers areas such as the economy, energy, environmental protection, culture, education and sports. Ministries of Foreign Affairs will oversee and monitor the implementation of the plan. In closing the meeting the ministers will sign the final protocol.

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