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Matthew Bryza to continue monitoring Caucasus2009-03-18 12:01
The U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appointed Matthew Bryza her deputy - he will monitor the issues connected with the Caucasus. She signed the corresponding decree while he was paying visit to Tbilisi , RosBalt informs alluding to Imedi TV company.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Georgian opposition expressed its resentment about Bryza's visit to the country. For instance, Giorgi Maisashvili, the Party of the Future leader, stated that Bryza was the representative of the previous U.S. administration, therefore he had no right to talk about the elections in Georgia and interfere in the domestic affairs of the country.
In Maisashvili's view, Bryza "has no right to make the statements, which are the direct interference in the domestic affairs of the country".
"I want both Georgians and Americans to realize: in the last 8 years which brought catastrophe to America itself, the whole world, Matthew Bryza contributed into the catastrophe our country faced. The authorities of Matthew Bryza are exhausted", the opposition member said.
The Laborites are discontent with Bryza's visit as well. In their view, he came "without a status' and interferes into the interior policy of the country. The Laborites believe that Georgian authorities were guided by Bryza's directives, and following the U.S. official's directions, falsified the results of the latest elections.