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Slovakia Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Denmark will visit Georgia Featured

Slovakia Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Denmark will visit Georgia

This week will be intense in terms of high-level visits to Georgia, told reporters, Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia David Djalagania.

According to him, in the evening of April,7 in Tbilisi will arrive the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovakia Miroslav Lajcak. He will meet with President of Georgia, Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia. The main topic of discussion at these meetings will be issues of bilateral and multilateral cooperation. During the visit of the Vice Premier Tbilisi will host the opening ceremony of the Embassy of Slovakia in Georgia.

"Slovakia traditionally is a supporter of Georgia and supports it towards European and Euro-Atlantic integration," - said Djalagania.

Miroslav Lajcak’s visit will last until April 8.

On April 8-9, Georgia will visit the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Denmark Martin Lidegor. He will also hold meetings with the President, Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and discuss with them issues of bilateral relations and multilateral cooperation, as well as the theme of relations between Georgia and the EU and NATO.

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