Tbilisi, DFWatch – Foreign ministers of Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkey will be meeting on Thursday in Batumi, a city on the Black Sea coast.

According to Georgia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this will be the second such meeting of the three ministers. They previously met June 8, 2012, in Trabzon, Turkey, where they signed an agreement called the Trabzon declaration.

It involves cooperation between the three countries in economy, energy, infrastructure, transport, culture and humanitarian issues.

At Thursday’s meeting, the ministers will adopt an action plan for inter-agency cooperation covering the years 2013-2015.

The plan was prepared by the ministries of Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia and concerns cooperation fields like economy, energy, environment protection, culture, education, sport and youth.

Foreign ministries of the three countries will coordinate and monitor implementation of the action plan in the three countries.

A joint press conference will be held in Batumi after the meeting.