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Semneby met with the Foreign Minister of Georgia2010-05-13 14:57
In the course of his visit to Tbilisi the special representative of the EU, Peter Semneby, met with the Foreign Minister of Georgia Grigol Vashadze - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At the meeting the sides discussed the priority directions of Georgia-EU cooperation. The sides noted the tempo of development of relations between the two sides.
Vashadze and Semneby also focused on issues related to Russia and current situation in Georgia's "occupied territories" and underlined the importance of the activity of EUMM and negotiations in Geneva.
At the meeting, both parties underlined the urgency of holding fair local elections with observance of democratic principles [planned for May 30th], Press and Information Department of Foreign Ministry reports.
Yesterday Semneby met with Georgi Baramidze, Georgian State Minister for Integration into European and Atlantic Structures.
After the meeting Baramidze said they discussed issues of cooperation between Georgia and the EU, including beginning of negotiations on association. They also touched upon the new strategy of Georgian government to Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
The sides highlighted the importance of world community's involvement in settlement of Georgian-Russian conflict. Baramidze and Semneby also discussed the pre-electoral situation in the country, and the State Minister thanked the EU special envoy for the active participation of the EU in the process of elections.