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Nino Burjanadze held a meeting with the President of Austria2009-03-18 16:16
From march 15th to 17th Nino Burjanadze, the leader of the Democratic Movement - United Georgia, was staying in Vienna with a visit, held a number of meetings with representatives of the government and international organizations, the press service of the party informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
On March 15th Burjanadze was received by Benita Ferrero -Waldner, the Commissioner for External Relations and European Neighbourhood Policy. The main topics of the discussion were the reasons for radicalism of the opposition range, the protest actions it plans. Nino Burjanadze also informed of the possible provocations from the side of the government, Benita Ferrero-Waldner expressed anxiety in regard to such methods of the authorities. The same day Burjanadze held meetings with Alexander Kwasniewski, the ex-President of Poland and Marc Perrin de Brichambaut, the OSCE Secretary General.
On March 16th Nino Burjanadze held a meeting with Heinz Fischer, the President of Austria. The negotiations were initiated by the Austrian side and lasted above one hour. According to Burjanadze's party, Fischer expressed anxiety about the methods the government of Georgia uses to fight their political opponents. The sides also touched upon the planned protest actions. The importance of holding these actions within the frames of the Constitution was underlined.