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PACE: Georgia implements EU recommendations2009-03-27 10:34
Mátyás Eörsi the co-rapporteurs on Georgia for PACE Monitoring Committee believes that Georgia implemented most of the EU recommendations - RBC.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Eörsi , in the course of his visit to Georgia he studied the situation and can definitely say that the country implemented most of the recommendations, included in the Council of Europe resolution, adopted after the combat actions in August 2008.
He also paid attention to the issue of protest actions planned for April 9th . He believes that the representatives of the Georgian government must hold a meeting with the opposition leaders to define security measures for the action.
Eörsi said he regards the opposition's request for international monitoring of the action as legal. The issue of the way to conduct monitoring of the protest action will surely be discussed, since the council of Europe hasn't already worked out such a format, he said.
The co-rapporteur called for peaceful way of staging a protest actions and mentioned he doesn't believe the situation in the country will be unstable after April 9th .
He also called for Georgia and Russia to continue the Geneva Talks.
Mátyás Eörsi and Kastriot Islami, co-rapporteurs on Georgia for PACE Monitoring Committee arrived in Georgia on March 25th with a two-day working visit. In the course of this visit they held meetings with representatives of the government, the Parliament and political parties.