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PACE rapporteurs to visit Georgia2010-03-19 16:01
According to an unnamed representative of PACE office, the Assembly rapporteurs will arrive in Georgia on March 21st for study of the situation in the country and preparation of the report - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Their visit will last for 4 days. The rapporteurs intend to discuss with the region's leaders the constitutional and electoral reforms, the upcoming local elections, freedom of mass media and religion.
Previously Konstantin Kosachyov, head of Russian delegation to PACE, said the delegation in PACE will raise the issue of Imedi's report on "invasion" of Russian forces to Georgia, in the Assembly.
He explained he had sent a letter to PACE rapporteurs on Russian-Georgian dossier, who intend to visit Georgia in mid April in the framework of preparing a new resolution. "The letter contains very negative assessments of what was aired by Imedi. It's highlighted this course is aimed for further destabilization of relations, failure of agreements on their restoration, smearing Georgian opposition," Kosachyov said.