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Matthew Bryza and John McCain to arrive in Tbilisi2009-04-15 16:37
Two U.S. guests, Matthew Bryza and John McCain, are expected in Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Matthew Bryza, who is still called the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, arrives in the Georgian capital from Baku on April 17th - Rustavi 2. His visit is connected with the aggravation of the situation in Caucasus and the ongoing processes in Georgia.
The opposition leaders, including Giya Maisashvili, the Party of the Future head, even previously claimed that Matthew Bryza cannot be regarded a representative of the U.S. administration, as he is not an assistance of Hillary Clinton.
At one of the yesterday's rallies the opposition informed of the planned visit of the U.S. ex-presidential candidate John McCain to Georgia. No exact date is named, but he is expected to arrive next week.
The Georgian opposition regards both Bryza and McCain as Saakashvili's government lobbyists, which, in the view of the opposition leaders, arrive to support their protégé in the light of the protest actions demanding his resignation.