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MOSCOW, June 18 (Itar-Tass) - A regular meeting of the of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization (BSECO) will be held in Odessa on June 21, the Russian Foreign Ministry reported on Tuesday.
“The participants will exchange opinions on the ways of raising the organization’s effectiveness with the aim to further strengthen regional cooperation, intensify the activity of the member-countries on the development of the most promising infrastructural projects in the fields of mutual interest,” the ministry’s spokesman said.
The foreign ministers will also consider the results of the meetings of leaders of transport departments and ministers of economy of the BSECO countries, as well as the results of the meetings of working groups held in the period of Ukraine’s presidency.
The Russian delegation is headed by Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily Nebenzya.
The BSECO is an intergovernmental organization which unites now 12 states: Azerbaijan, Albania, Bulgaria, Armenia, Greece, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Romania, Serbia, Turkey and Ukraine.