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New Airport Terminal Opens in Batumi

President Saakashvili officially opened a new terminal in Batumi airport on May 26.

Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul also attended the opening ceremony.

The new terminal, near the Turkish border, was constructed by the Turkish firm, Tepe-Akfen-Vie (TAV). TAV also built the new terminal at Tbilisi airport. It manages both airports.

The new terminal in Batumi, with a total area of 3,915 square meters, will be capable of handling 600,000 passengers per year.

President Saakashvili said that the new terminal was yet another symbol of friendship between Turkey and Georgia. He vowed to further boost ties between the two countries.

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