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Georgian monitors are leaving Ukraine2010-01-18 16:15
Most Georgian monitors, who arrived in Ukraine last week to monitor presidential elections, today will return to Motherland, stated Levan Tarkhnishvili, the ex-head of Central Electoral Commission of Georgia, over phone, from Kyiv - Rustavi 2.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He said this decision must ease "tension", accompanying Georgian monitors in Ukraine; moreover most of them were not allowed to work.
Tarkhnishvili didn't say how many Georgian monitors will remain in Ukraine. Previously Georgian CEC intended to accredit over 2000 monitors. On January 17th the Ukrainian CEC re-considered registration of Georgian monitors and again rejected. CEC members decided to turn to Prosecutor General's Office.