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Issue of the U.S. monitors in the EUMM in Georgia to be decided in fall2009-07-28 12:48
The EU Council on Foreign Relations, including 27 EU member countries, will discuss the participation of third countries' representatives in the EUMM in Georgia after summer break - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At yesterday's meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the EU countries this issue wasn't discussed, said Carl Bildt, the FM of Sweden [the EU president country].
He reminded that to let third party monitors to the EUMM in Georgia, the decision must be endorsed by all the EU members.
Previously the diplomatic source in Brussels shared that the initiative was supported only by representatives of Great Britain, Czech Republic and the Netherlands.
David Bakradze, the Speaker of the Georgian Parliament expressed hope that the issue will be responded in a positive way.
Grigori Karasin, the deputy Foreign Minister said that in case there are such intentions, talks must be held "not with Georgians and Georgian journalists, but with representatives of the USA and the EU".