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Opposition demands participation in negotiations over Guantanamo inmates2009-09-28 14:33
Zviad Dzidziguri, the Conservative Party leader, stated that such accords mustn't be decided upon in close governmental circles, as hasty decision can change the foreign policy of the country, and reminded that Georgia's security is still under serious threat.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Conservative Party turns to the American side and requests to include representatives of Georgian opposition in the process of negotiations, since such decisions can drive country in an undesirable state and become the reason of new political confrontation.
In the course of the visit to the USA Grigol Vashadze, the foreign Minister of Georgia, met with Daniel fried, the special representative for Guantanamo issues. After the meeting it was mentioned that the transfer of Guantanamo inmates to Georgian prisons was discussed, though these negotiations were noted to be held at the theoretical level.