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Georgian Parliamentary Speaker Zurab Zhvaniya To Go To Moscow For A Three-day Working Visit

Speaker of the Georgian parliament Zurab Zhvaniya will go to Moscow for a three-day working visit. According to RIA Novosti, in the course of the visit Zurab Zhvaniya will hold meetings with Speaker of the State Duma Gennady Seleznyov, leaders of the Duma factions and representatives of Russian executive authorities. Chairman of the foreign relations committee of the Georgian parliament Nino Burdzhanadze told RIA Novosti that negotiations to be held by head of the Georgian parliament in the State Duma are called upon to soften relations between Georgia and Russia.

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