March 20, 2017

ForMin Melescanu, Georgian Deputy ForMin David Dondua emphasised good level of bilateral relations
Mar 20, 2017

ForMin Melescanu, Georgian Deputy ForMin David Dondua emphasised good level of bilateral relations.
Romanian Foreign Affairs Minister, Teodor Melescanu and the Deputy Foreign Minister of the Government of Georgia, David Dondua met in Bucharest for consultations that highlighted the very good level of the bilateral dialogue and the practical cooperation on multiple levels. Teodor Melescanu (...)
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