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Matthew Bryza held another meeting with Georgian opposition2009-03-26 10:49
Matthew Bryza, Deputy Assistant U.S. Secretary of State, regarded as the lobbyist of Mikheil Saakashvili and his government by the Georgian opposition, suddenly arrived in Tbilisi last evening.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Last night Bryza held an extraordinary meeting with the representatives of Georgian opposition - Rustavi 2 said this morning.
The meeting, also attended by John Tefft, the U.S. ambassador to Georgia, was held behind the closed doors in the Tbilisi Marriott hotel. Later, in the same hotel Bryza held a meeting with Georgi Bokeria, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia, but the latter abstained from any comments.
After her meeting with Bryza Nino Burjanadze stated that she told the foreign diplomats what is happening in the country and shared all the information she had concerning the arrest of her party members and the video footage the Interior Ministry spreads.
"It is very important for us to let foreign diplomats and world community to be informed of what in fact happens in Georgia including my party. I wanted them to listen to my information and be able make conclusions later", Burjanadze noted.
Irakli Alasania, the Alliance for Georgia leader, also conducted a meeting with Matthew Bryza. In Alasania's view, for him it was important to define the position of the alliance and report of the way out his political force sees.
"I am sure that the way out must be found by us, Georgians, in the way of a dialog between the opposition and the authorities", the Alliance leader claimed.
Matthew Bryza underlined that the USA do not intend to interfere into internal political processes in Georgia, and at the same time keep on observing the democratic processes development in the country.
According to Bryza, the Georgian people has the right to express protest and hold the April 9th action, but this action must be peaceful.