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TURKPA Secretary General will attend the 41 st Plenary Session of the PABSEC General Assembly
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TURKPA Secretary General will attend the 41 st Plenary Session of the PABSEC General Assembly to be held on 9-12 July 2013 in Sofia.

It should be noted that TURKPA participates as an observer in activities of PABSEC.

The main issues placed on the Agenda of the General Assembly are: “Tourism as an important factor for economic growth: cooperation in the BSEC region”, “Development of cooperation in Salvage and Rescue (SAR) at the sea among BSEC Member States”, “PABSEC in the Wider Black Sea Region: 20 Years of Regional Cooperation”, “Benefits and perspectives of cooperation at the postgraduate level among universities of the BSEC member States”.

At the same time it is also planned the meeting of TURKPA Secretary General Mr. Ramil Hasanov with PABSEC Secretary General Kyrylo Tretiak and Turkish delegation.

During the visit TURKPA Secretary General will be accompanied by Mr. Alasgar Agayev, Head of Department on Administrative and Organizational issues.

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