The Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Dzhanelidze started a two-day state visit to Tallinn today. He will discuss Georgia's integration into the EU, economic cooperation and security issues.
The press service of the Estonian Foreign Ministry said that Dzhanelidze will meet with the President Toomas Hendrik Ilves, the Prime Minister Taavi Roivas and the Foreign Minister Marina Kaljurand.
The Georgian Foreign Minister and the Minister of Entrepreneurship Estonia Liisa Oviir will open a Georgian-Estonian business forum today.
On February 11, Mikheil Janelidze will give a speech at the Foreign Ministry on the topic of 'Georgia's European and Euro-Atlantic Integration', Sputnik Georgia reports.