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Saakashvili Meets Lukashenko in Ukraine
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 13 Jul.'10 / 15:58

President Saakashvili has met with his Belarusian counterpart, Alexander Lukashenko, in Crimea, Ukraine, the Georgian President’s administration said on Monday.

The two presidents “expressed satisfaction that dialogue between the two countries is deepening and this process is taking place not only between the top leaders, but also between the civil society groups, especially between the youth and business people,” the Georgian President’s administration said in press release.

The Belarusian President was in Yalta, Crimea on July 11, participating in an informal summit of six CIS leaders, also including Presidents of Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Kazakhstan. 
 
On July 9 Saakashvili was in Kiev attending Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych’s 60th birthday celebration, where he had a chance to meet with his Ukrainian counterpart, according to the Georgian President’s administration.

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