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Georgian PM finished visit to Brussels2010-03-18 11:59
Nika Gilauri, the PM of Georgia, finished his working visit to Brussels [March 14th-17th].gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the press service of the State Chancellery of Georgia, Gilauri met with the PM of Belgium, Commissioners for the EU for transport, expansion and neighbourhood policy, and others.
He met with the EU President Herman van Rompuy, who said Georgia is the only country of South Caucasus, who has an agreement on simplification of visa regime and readmission.
According to the EU President, currently negotiations on agreement on association are being held. This agreement will include components of the free trade agreement. He also expressed support for sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia and said though the EU would send no monitors for local elections, they would watch the electoral process closely.
Gilauri also met with Jose Manuel Barroso, the European Commission chairman. Barroso turned to Russia and asked it to let the EU monitors to the territory of Abkhazia and South Ossetia; and he also expressed support for sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia.