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Georgian opposition urges quarantine to Ukraine2009-11-17 14:00
At today's plenary session of the Georgian parliament opposition deputies called for introduction of quarantine measures against citizens of Georgia that return from Ukraine.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We call the government to immediately stop civil communication or introduce stringent quarantine to Ukraine where as British specialists report swine flu has mutated into an extremely dangerous form for people", - deputy Jondi Bagaturia said at the parliamentary session.
Representatives of the parliamentary majority took the deputy's initiative as "incompetent" and assured that the measures the Georgian Ministry of Health is taking to prevent flu epidemic are sufficient, Interfax reports.
Remarkably, tomorrow is the start of Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili's visit to Ukraine.
As GeorgiaTimes wrote earlier Saakashvili plans to meet with his counterpart Viktor Yushenko. Both heads of the states will attend the opening ceremony of the new building of the Georgian embassy in Ukraine. Presentation of a free industrial zone in Poti town is also on the agenda.