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Georgian Premier meets with Azerbaijan students

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Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvilii has met with Azerbaijani students studying at Georgian universities.

He said the Georgian government attaches particular importance to integration of the ethnic minorities, especially youth into the Georgian society. "We drafted a special program on this, which covers a wide range of areas including education, healthcare, and social problems of youth.”

Kvirikashvilii hailed the role of Azerbaijanis in ensuring socio-economic development in Georgia.

Georgian Education Minister Tamar Janikidze, governor of Kvemo-Kartli Borchali region Paata Khzinashvili and the Prime Ministerial Adviser for National Issues Savalan Mirzayev responded to questions from the students.

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2016.03.22 / 11:48
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