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Speaker of Georgian Parliament met with Peter Semneby2010-05-13 16:50
David Bakradze, the Speaker of Georgian Parliament, met with Peter Semneby, the EU special envoy to South Caucasus, currently staying in Tbilisi - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the press service of the Parliament, the sides discussed the self-governance elections of May 30th and the pre-electoral situation in the country.
Besides, they touched upon a situation in Abkhazia and South Ossetia, government's new strategy in regard to them, Georgian-Russian relations and prospects of their normalization.
Bakradze thanked the EU envoy for "policy of non-recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia."
Previously Peter Semneby met with the Foreign Minister of Georgia Grigol Vashadze.
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.