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Tbilisi needed “free and democratic” elections in Byelorussia2010-12-20 16:15
Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze has stated that the official Tbilisi is interested in the fair presidential elections held in Byelorussia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"It is evidently not time yet to give an estimation to the elections, for the process of vote counting is not over yet. We are watching the events closely; it is our interest that the elections in Byelorussia went on fairly and democratically", - Kalandadze is cited by Rosbalt.
According to her, Georgia and Byelorussia are connected by long-standing allied relations, including the economy field. "We've got many interesting plans in this direction and, naturally, it is very important that the elections result in a picture that would be acceptable for the civilized world", - the Georgian diplomat added.
Let us remind you that according to preliminary data, the presidential elections in Byelorussia held December 19 were won by current President Alexander Lukashenko with 79,67% of votes.