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Ba·tu·mi

 (bə-to͞o′mē) also Ba·tum (-to͞om′)
A city of southwest Georgia on the Black Sea near the Turkish border. On the site of an ancient Greek colony, it is an important petroleum refining and shipping center.

Ba•tu•mi

(bɑˈtu mi)

n.
the capital of Adzharistan, in the SW Georgian Republic, on the Black Sea. 136,000. Formerly, Ba•tum (bɑˈtum)
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Batumi is the first stop of Davutoglu in his two-day visit to Georgia.
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Praising the works of the Turkish International Cooperation Agency (TIKA) in Georgia, Varshalomidze requested assistance from Celik for the beginning of direct flights between Ankara and Batumi and Istanbul and Batumi.
BATUM (CyHAN)- By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend: The joint Georgian-US military-naval exercises will be held in the waters of the Batumi port on Tuesday.
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