Source Pravda.Ru

German businessmen in Kirghizia.

The prospects of expanding evconomic cooperation between Kirghizia and Germany will be discussed on Thursday by representatives of the business quartersa of these two countries, reported the press service of the Kirghizian government.

A delegation of the Federal Repubnlic of Germany, headed by State Secretary of the Federal Ministry of the Economy Axel Herlach has arrived in Kirghizia to attend the forum. The delegaytion also include stff members of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, journalists and representatives of the financial, trade and industrial quarters of the coudntry. From the Kirghiz side the foreum will be attended by businessmen, economists and financiers.

It is expected that the German delegation will also conduct negotiations with Lirghi

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