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Georgia decided to send no monitors to Ukraine2010-02-03 12:35
Georgia decided to send no monitors to the second tour of presidential elections in Ukraine to be held on February 7th, stated Manana Manjgaladze, the press speaker of President Saakashvili.gt-en-newsitem-inside
She also mentioned Tbilisi calls on Georgian monitors from international organisations, currently staying in Georgia, to return to the Motherland.
"As the issue of Georgian monitors caused a diversity of opinions, Georgia sends no monitors to Ukraine, for the second tour of elections," she said.
At the same time she noted that Georgia had no aim to interfere in elections in Ukraine and support some candidate.
"The President of Georgia wishes good luck to the Ukrainian people facing the great choice of Ukraine and states that our task wasn't interference in elections in Ukraine and support of some candidate. We intend and try to preserve full neutrality between both candidates and keep that kind spirit, which historically existed between Georgia and Ukraine. Proceeding from it, we'll cooperate with any person, elected by the Ukrainian people, and are ready to draw our relations to the new level," Manjgaladze said.
For the first tour, on January 17th, 400 Georgian monitors arrived in Donetsk, and it caused a scandal.