President of Georgia Salome Zourabichvili will pay a working visit to the Principality of Monaco today, on June 9.
According to the Administration of the President of Georgia, within the framework of the visit, a face-to-face meeting is scheduled between the President of Georgia and the Prince of the Principality of Monaco, Albert II.
The President of Georgia will open an official presentation in Monte Carlo to promote Georgian wine and will address the winemakers participating in the exhibition. Various types of wines produced by Georgian wine companies will be presented at the exhibition.
The President is also scheduled to meet with French journalists and bloggers working on wine issues. The President of Georgia together with the Prince of the Principality of Monaco will attend the presentation of Georgian wine - "Meeting with Vine Roots" and will address the guests participating in the presentation.
Within the framework of the working visit, the President of Georgia is also scheduled to meet with the President of the International Organization Peace and Sport, Joel Bouzou.
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