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Peter Semenby called for Georgian government to listen to opposition2009-05-04 11:48
Last evening peter Semneby, the EU special envoy in South Caucasus, left Georgia, having finished the meetings with representatives of government and opposition.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Before his departure, in the interview to Rustavi 2 he said the government of Georgia must listen to the demands of protesters.
According to Semneby, among the demands there are one which can be considered and implemented, including issues of power redistribution and mass media freedom provision.
At the same time, the EU special envoy believed that blocking and picketing various state organizations goes beyond the frames of democratic processes. He called for the sides to start dialog and renounce ultimatums.
Peter Semneby promised to return in a few days and continue the meetings.