Foreign Ministers of five countries begin visit to Georgia
Foreign Ministers of five countries are paying official visit to Georgia. Chiefs of the Foreign offices of Romania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Lithuania and Latvia will begin official meetings today.
They will discuss EU-Georgia relationships, regional problems and the upcoming parliamentary elections in Georgia at the meetings with Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze, parliament chairperson Davit Bakradze, opposition leaders and other authorities.
At the meeting with the Foreign Minister of Georgia, the foreign diplomats focused on the military excercises launched by Russian Federation in Novorosiisk today.
Georgian Minister said these trainings represent danger not only for Georgia, but for whole region, calling for international pressure on Russia.