Prime Minister of Georgia Mamuka Bhatadze To Arrive in Armenia
Tomorrow, on September 10, Prime Minister of Georgia Mamuka Bhatadze will arrive in Armenia on an official visit. Spokesman of the Prime Minister of the RA Arman Yeghoyan informs about this on his official Facebook page.
The message of Arman Yeghoyan is presented below.
"Tomorrow, on September 10, Prime Minister of Georgia Mamuka Bhatadze will arrive in Armenia on an official visit. Within the framework of the visit a tet-a-tet meeting and a meeting in enlarged format with the Prime Minister of the RA Nikol Pashinyan will be held, which will be followed by the statement of the leaders of the two countries for the media representatives. Georgian PMm will visit Armenian Genocide Memorial. A meeting with the President of the Republic of Armenia and the Speaker of the National Assembly is scheduled within the framework of the visit. In honor of the Prime Minister of Georgia, an official dinner will be held on behalf of the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan."
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