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EU and the Ministry of Finance of Georgia signed a memorandum2009-07-31 18:26
Сpeter Semneby, the EU special representative held several meetings with representatives of the Georgian government.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At the meeting with Speaker Bakradze Semenby discussed his visit to Abkhazia, situation in the conflict area and incident prevention mechanisms.
They also discussed reform of the Constitution and electoral legislation of Georgia.
Previously Semneby had visited Abkhazia. With Segey Bagapsh, the leader of Abkhazia, and with representatives of the local government he discussed situation in the region after termination of the UN mission.
Semneby expressed hope the EU monitors will be granted access to South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
In the Ministry of Finance of Georgia peter Semneby and deputy Minister of Finance Dimitri Gvinadze signed a memorandum of understanding. The document implies cooperation and exchange of experience in the sphere of managing border and customs procedures. Besides the Ministry of Finance, in this field the EU will cooperate with the Interior Ministry of Georgia.