Armenia and Georgia Sign Agreement On Cultural Cooperation

YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)–An agreement on cultural cooperation between the Cultural Ministries of Armenia and Georgia was signed in Tbilisi on July 30 by Armenian Ambassador to Georgia Georgy Khosroyev and Minister of Culture of Georgia Valeri Asateani.

It was signed in agreement to a document entitled "Cultural–Scientific and Humanitarian Cooperation–whichwas signed by the two countries on July 15 1993. The agreement is aimed at promoting the bilateral cultural relations and exchanges in cinematography–theater and music. The countries will also work to organize exhibitions and help develop museum management study and library science programs.


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