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Energy Minister to present speech to Parliament tomorrow

Publish Time 2016-03-08 12:28:00


Minister of Energy Kakha Kaladze will arrive to the Parliament tomorrow. His deputies Mariam Valishvili and Ilia Eloshvili will also deliver speeches.

They will speak at the united session of economic committee and foreign relations committee. The main topic of the committees’ session is the issues concerning Georgia’s gas supply. The discussion will also refer to the issue to be implemented according the Georgia-EU Association Agreement. 


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