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PACE Monitoring Committee delegation arrived in Tbilisi2010-04-12 12:02
On April 11th David Wilshire, a member of the PACE Monitoring Committee arrived in Tbilisi on April 11th, and this morning Matyas Eorsi and Agnieszka Nachilo arrived today. The main aim of today visit is study of the situation in Georgia and implementation of CE resolutions on Georgian-Russian conflict - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Delegation will held negotiations with Boris Wodz, the CE Secretary General Special Representative to Georgia. In the course of the day meetings with NGOs' representatives, Stare Minister for Reintegration Temur Iakobashvili, Minister for Refugees and Resettlement Koba Subeliani, Speaker David Bakradze and members of the Parliament of Georgia Permanent Commission to PACE will be held. In the end of the day delegates will meet with Alexander Nalbandov, the deputy Foreign Minister.
On April 13th PACE delegation will visit Tserovani settlements where refugees reside, Ergneti, Tskhinval; and then return to Tbilisi. On April 14th visiting Zugdidi, Gali and Sokhumi is planned. The delegation will return from Sokhumi on April 15th, and early morning 16th will leave Georgia.