Georgia, Tbilisi, Sept. 25 /Trend N.Kirtskhalia/
A group of Polish Sejm's Supervisory mission will observe parliamentary elections in Georgia.
The group consists of 16 members, the Sejm deputy, head of supervisory mission Malgojata Goshiyevska said on a press-conference on Tuesday.
She arrived to Georgia on September 23, the other 15 members are going to arrive on Saturday.
In Goshiyevska's words, they will observe all election stages. The general principle of observation activities is preparation of a report, which will be published in two months, along with observation of all election stages.
According to Goshiyevska, 2012 is a very important year for Georgia's future. The country will elect 150 deputies, who are going to serve during 4 years. In her words, Polish Sejm decided to establish a monitory mission due to the request of Georgian government.
The mission will be completely financed by the Sejm, which has extensive experience of cooperation with Georgia and which is keen to support political stability, democracy, public, economic development and human rights in Georgia.
Goshiyevska noted that the mission representatives will hold a final press-conference at 13:00 on October 2.
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