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OSCE Chairman-in-Office to Visit Georgia
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 10 Mar.'11 / 14:04

OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Audronius Ažubalis, will visit Georgia on March 15-16 as part of his trip to the South Caucasus countries.

According to press release issued by OSCE on March 10 in Georgia Ažubalis will meet with PM Nika Gilauri, as well as with the Georgian Foreign Minister, representative of political parties and civil society to discuss Lithuanian OSCE chairmanship’s priorities.

When taking the OSCE chairmanship in January, the Lithuanian Foreign Minister said that protracted conflicts in Transdnistria and South Caucasus, as well as situation in Georgia would be among his priorities. He also said that the priorities would also include fostering democracy, human rights and fundamental freedoms, freedom of the media and promoting energy security in Europe.

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