Armenian PM to visit Georgia on July 25

July 23 2004


YEREVAN, JULY 23, ARMENPRESS: On July 25 Prime Minister Andranik
Margaryan will pay an official two-day visit to Georgia. Armenian
Prime Minister will confer with his Georgian counterpart, Zurab
Zhvania and Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili. Prior to these
meetings Andranik Margaryan, as a co-chairman of Armenian-Georgian
joint commission on economic cooperation, will participate in its
regular session.
Within the frameworks of the visit Armenian Prime Minister will
visit the Pantheon, where many prominent Armenian writers, musicians
and scientists rest and a Monument commemorating heroes, who fell for
the cause of Georgia’s unity. Then Andranik Margaryan will visit the
Armenian Church of Saint Gevorg, the site of a planned meeting with
representatives of the Armenian community of Georgia.
The Prime Minister will also visit the Georgian Art Museum,
Georgian State Museum and Jvaria and Svetitskhoveli Mother Cathedral.
Andranik Margaryan will be hosted also by the Armenian Embassy in
After the concluding meeting of the Armenian-Georgian commission
on economic cooperation and the ceremony of documents signing, Prime
Ministers Andranik Margaryan and Zurab Zhvania will hold a joint
press conference.
The delegation, headed by Andranik Manukian includes members of
the inter-governmental commission Vardan Khachatryan, Minister of
Finance and Economy, Karen Chshmaritian, Minister of Trade and
Economic Development, Armen Movsisyan, Minister of Energy, Vardan
Ayvazyan, Minister of Nature Protection, Tatul Margaryan, Deputy
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Artak Sahradian, Deputy Minister of
Education and Science, Gagik Gyurjyan, Deputy Minister of Culture and
Youth Issues, Gagik Khachatryan, deputy Chairman of
Government-Affiliated State Customs Committee, Stepan Margaryan,
Advisor to Prime Minister, as well as Ararat Khrimyan, Chief Manager
of Armenian Railway cjsc, Hovsep Kloyan, Deputy Minister of
Agriculture, Vladimir Badalyan, a parliament member, heads of the
government and foreign ministry appropriate staffs.