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Georgia defines EU monitoring mission status2008-12-05 11:04
At the coming plenary meeting Georgian Parliament will ratify the Georgia-EU agreement "On the EU monitoring mission status in Georgia".gt-en-newsitem-inside
On Thursday the document was discussed and approved at the joint meeting of parliamentary committees for foreign relations and European integration.
According to Irakliy Giviashvili, the head of the legal department of Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the agreement defines the status, rights and privileges of the EU monitoring mission, located in Georgia. Ratification of the document will favor more effective work of the mission.
«Georgia will not put bureaucratic obstacles for the EU monitoring mission», Irakliy Kavtaradze, the deputy chairman of the parliamentary committee for foreign relations, said.
The decision to send monitoring missions to Georgia was made by the EU Council on September, 15th, 2008. The mandate of the mission expires in September, 2009.