Turkish premier set to visit Georgia

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Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim will pay a one-day visit to Georgia on Wednesday, according to a Turkish prime ministry source.

The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said Yildirim will travel to the coastal Georgian city of Batumi in the evening after addressing a public rally in the Turkish Black Sea province of Artvin.

Yildirim will meet his Georgian counterpart Giorgi Kvirikashvili, with whom he will review all dimensions of bilateral relations and exchange views on regional developments.

The premiers will also discuss preparations for the second High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council meeting between Ankara and Tbilisi, due to be held later this year to follow-up on a gathering held in July 2016.

A dinner is expected to be held by Kvirikashvili in Yildirim's honor, according to the source.

2017.03.15 / 15:48
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