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Peter Semneby and Grigol Vashadze discussed situation in the country2009-04-10 16:14
Today Peter Semenby, the EU special envoy in South Caucasus, and Grigol Vashadze, the Foreign Minister of Georgia held a meeting.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Foreign Minister, they discussed both the political processes in the country and the situation in Caucasus.
"I held meetings with the EU special envoy and the ambassador of the Czech Republic, and they are content that the political processes are developed in a peaceful way, at the high level. They are satisfied with the fact that everyone in Georgia feel responsibility for the peaceful way of the protest action", Vashadze said.
After the negotiation Semneby stated he conducts meetings to receive comprehensive information from both opposition representatives (and non-governmental sector), and the government. He expressed hope that the processes will be developed in a peaceful way further and the sides will start a dialog.
This morning Semneby held a meeting with the NGO coalition, who, together with Public Defender's office, monitor the protest action. After the meeting the NGO representatives stated they reported in detail about the violations in the course of the action.
The EU special envoy will be received by Georgi Baramidze, the State Minister for European nd Atlantic Integration Issues, and will hold a briefing.