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In Davos Ivanishvili will meet with Ban Ki-moon

Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili will meet with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in frames of an economic forum in Davos.

This was announced by Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Maia Panjikidze after a meeting of the government.

"At Davos, Prime Minister will hold several bilateral meetings, including with top officials of Ukraine, Switzerland, Poland and several other countries. Besides, Prime Minister will meet with the UN Secretary General", - she added.

According to Panjikidze in Davos also will arrive Prime Minister of Russia, Dmitry Medvedev, but negotiations in connection with the meeting with Ivanishvili are not conducted and, therefore, nothing planned.

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