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National Council leaders are holding meetings in Moscow2010-04-27 18:48
The representatives of the National Council of the Georgian opposition that took part in the forum of the World Congress of the Peoples of Georgia held on April 23-24 in St.Petersburg are presently staying in Moscow.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the information of the Conservative Party press-service, the leaders of the National Council have already held a number of meetings in the context of the visit, GeorgiaTimes correspondent in Tbilisi reports.
On April 26, leader of The People's Party Koba Davitashvili met with Chairman of the State Duma Foreign Relations Committee Leonid Kalashnikov, with whom he discussed the possibility of settling the Georgian-Russian relations.
Yesterday, Secretary General of the Conservative Party of Georgia Kakha Kukava and Deputy Chairman of The People's Party Georgi Tsanava held a meeting with the RF Public Chamber officials. Negotiations between the Georgian oppositionists and Head of Moscow Human Rights Organization Sergey Brod were held separately.
Besides, members of the National Council communicated with a number of Russian political analysts and experts. The meetings in the Russian capital will be continued today.