Visa-free travel agreement signed between Georgia and Israel
19 November, 2013
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Acting Interior Minister Irakli Gharibashvili signed a decree for visa-free travel between Georgia and Israel on November 18 at the Interior Ministry.
Gharibashvili also signed an agreement for the two states’ joint work against crime with the Ambassador of Israel Yuval Fuchs.

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