Armenia, Georgia Agree On Greater Part Of Border Lines

ARMENIA, GEORGIA AGREE ON GREATER PART OF BORDER LINES

ARKA News Agency, Armenia
May 10 2006

Yerevan, May 10. /ARKA/.Armenia and Georgia have agreed on the greater
part of the lines of the state border between the two countries,
Armenian and Georgian Deputy Foreign Ministers Gegham Gharibjanyan
and Georgy Manjgaladze stated following a joint meeting on demarcation
of the Armenian-Georgian border in Tbilisi on May 9-10, 2006.

The two are Chairmen of the Commissions. The sides reached an agreement
on further work. During his visit to Tbilisi, Gharibjanyan held a
meeting with Georgian Foreign Minister Gela Bezhuashvili. He conveyed
to her RA Foreign Minister Vardan Oskanyan’s greetings and briefed
her on the results of the Commissions’ joint meeting.

Gharibjanyan also held a meeting with First Deputy Foreign Minister
of Georgia Valery Chechelashvili. The sides discussed topical issues
of bilateral relations.

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