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3 countries out of 27 for participation of the U.S. monitors in the EUMM in Georgia2009-07-27 12:58
Only representatives of three countries: Great Britain, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands, supported the idea of participation of the monitors from the third countries in the EUMM in Georgia, RIA Novosti reports alluding to a diplomatic source.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Today the Foreign Ministers of the 27 EU countries conduct a meeting in Brussels and intend to extend the EUMM in Georgia mandate to September 14th 2010. Political scientists cannot rule out expressions of suggestions about the possible participation of monitors from the third countries, including the USA, Turkey and Canada.
Previously Tbilisi turned to the USA with a request to send and deploy American monitors at the borders with South Ossetia and Abkhazia. David Bakradze, the Speaker of the Georgian Parliament, expressed hope for a positive response.