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Georgian monitors headed for Ukraine2010-01-14 11:15
This morning Georgian monitors headed for Ukraine. They departed from Tbilisi airport several hours late due to thick fog which impeded other flights as well.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Georgian monitors hope today Ukrainian Central Electoral Commission will make a decision allowing them to work at the presidential elections of January 17th.
Previously most votes in CEC were against registration of 2000 Georgian monitors, but bloc of Yulia Tymoshenko appealed to Kiyv city court, and the latter called the decision of CEC invalid.
Today CEC of Ukraine will hold one more sitting to consider the issue. The meeting will be attended by Grigol Katamadze, the ambassador of Georgia to Ukraine.