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Georgian Security Chief to Visit Baltic States
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 25 Jun.'05 / 14:13

Secretary of the Georgian National Security Council (NSC) Gela Bezhuashvili will pay a working visit to Baltic States on June 26-July 2, the NSC reported on Saturday.

Bezhuashvili will meet with the Foreign and Defence Ministers of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, as well as with the Heads of Parliamentary Comities of these countries to discuss cooperation in defense and security issues.

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