YEREVAN, May 30. /ARKA/. Armenian governmental delegation headed by
Prime Minister Andranik Margaryan is to visit Georgia on June 1 to 3
to attend the CIS Governments' regular session. According to Armenian
Government Press and Public Relations Department, the head of the RA
Government staff Manuk Topuzyan, Armenia's Representative to the CIS
Suren Harutyunyan, Deputy Foreign Minister Gegham Gharibjanyan and
other officials are to be included in the delegation.

A wide range of trade, economic and financial issues as well as
issues related to humanitarian cooperation will be discussed at the
session. In particular, a protocol on stage-by-stage elimination
of restrictions in trade area and prolongation of terms of
intergovernmental program on information-marketing network creation
for goods and services distribution in the CIS member countries'
markets as well as issues of the Commonwealth institution financing
from the CIS common budget are put at the session agenda.

More than 20 documents are expected to be signed in trade, economy,
environment protection, healthcare, security and military equipment

Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili will receive the CIS heads of
states on June 2. Bilateral meetings of Armenian Foreign Minister
with his Georgian counterpart Zurab Nogaideli, Georgian Parliament
Speaker Nino Burjanadze are set to be held as part of Oskanyan's
visit to Georgia. Armenian delegation's negotiations with Georgian
Government's representatives will be held as well. M.V. -0--