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Denmark’s delegation to PACE promised Georgia to increase pressure on Russia2010-02-18 11:55
Michael Jensen, the head of Denmark's delegation to PACE, said the international community is interested Russia's complying obligations in regard to Georgia, and therefore pressure on Russia must be increased. The statement was voiced yesterday in Georgian Parliament - Georgia Times correspondent in Tbilisi.
He added he personally participates in consideration of Georgian-Russian relations and was supporter of depriving Russia of membership in the Council of Europe, as it failed to comply with the demands, implied by the agreements.
Jensen claimed his visit to Tbilisi only confirmed his position was right and added he had been to Russia and learnt the position of its government prior to visit to Georgia.
The delegation chairman said he didn't believe in delicate diplomatic influence on Russia and saw decisive measures as necessary.
In the course of the visit the delegation held meetings with representatives of legislative and executive branches of power, opposition, refugees, visited Gori, Tserovani, and South Ossetia.