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EU special envoy: Russia doesn’t play a significant role in Georgian events2009-04-20 11:15
According to Peter Semneby, the EU special envoy in South Caucasus, Russia doesn't play any significant role confrontation of the opposition and authorities in Georgia - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Semneby conducted negotiations with the Georgian leadership, the opposition leaders and public figures.
In his view, after listening to talks in the streets in that days, after reading various statements one may come to the conclusion that Russia doesn't play any special role. Semneby believes it is good.
He added that for the Georgian authorities the easiest way out is merely to wait for the end of the demonstrations, Semneby said, but added that is a dangerous. "Even if the demonstrations now fizzle out that does not mean that the problems are resolved." He advised the authorities to start political dialog and listen to the protesters' voice to avoid such confrontation in the future.
Semneby said the EU cannot be indifferent to the events in Tbilisi, especially bearing in mind the Eastern Partnership agreement to be signed on May 6th in Prague.