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Tymoshenko promised Saakashvili to “solve” problem with monitors2010-01-15 16:00
Yulia Tymoshenko, the PM of Ukraine, promised Georgian President to grant official status to Georgian monitors, who hasn't been registered by Ukrainian Central Electoral Commission, witnesses the tape of the phone talk of Tymoshenko and Saakashvili, presented to RIA Novosti by Dmitry Vydrin, deputy Secretary of the National Security Council of Ukraine.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The tape recorded voices of a man and a woman, reminding voices of the Ukrainian PM and Georgian President. Both speak in Russian.
Tymoshenko's press secretary Marina Soroka refused to comment upon that phone talk.
Saakashvili's press service also refrained from comments, and neither confirmed nor disclaimed the fact of the phone talk.
Previously the Central Electoral Commission of Ukraine refused to register international monitors from Georgia. It also declined a variant of compromise: cutting the delegation from 2000 to 400 people.
Seven CEC members voted for registration, whereas at least 8 votes were needed.
Information agency say the message about the refuse granted relief to Donetsk, which, as its Mayor had explained, was unable to receive so many monitors from Tbilisi.
The Bloc of Yulia Tymoshenko appealed to Kiyv city court, and the latter called the decision of CEC invalid.