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Yanukovich’s part cannot rule out introduction of visa regime with Georgia2010-01-18 16:01
Incident with Georgian "monitors" can lead to introduction of visa regime with the country, said Boris Kolesnikov, one of the leaders of the Party of the Regions - proUA.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Ukrainian government is struggling with opposition by the forces of a foreign state. It can be at least a treason. It's evident and clear that actions [of the Georgians staying in Ukraine] are managed by official authorities of Georgia. That's why there's all likelihood we'll demand introduction of visa regime with them," Kolesnikov said.
In his opinion, the arrived Georgians have patrons in the President's secretariat and the Cabinet.
On January 17th the first tour of presidential elections in Ukraine took place. Previously about 400 Georgian "monitors" arrived in Donetsk.
According to Valdislav Lukyanov, one of the Party of Regions representatives, some of them were employees of the Interior Ministry of Georgia.
Authories of Donetsk were afraid they intended to wreck elections.
CEC of Ukraine re-considered the issue of registration for Georgian monitors, and again rejected. The Commission also turned to the Prosecutor General's Office and passed them the documents of the Georgians.