Georgia, Tbilisi, 10 November / Trend , corr. N.Kirtskhalia /Georgian Speaker David Bakradze called 'important' the visit of Tor Pedersen, the Danish Speaker, and noted that the visits of high ranking officials to Georgia show that the attention of international organizations has not been weakened towards Georgia".
A meeting was held behind closed doors in the Georgian Parliament on 10 November. Discussions were very open and interesting, Bakradze said.
Bakradze acquainted the Danish Speaker with the Georgian-South Ossetin conflict, current works, planned and planned reforms, ways to settle conflicts, Georgia's intention into the Euro Atlantic organization and activity of the temporary parliamentary commission to investigate the developments that took place in Georgia in August.
The sides agreed to deepen the bilateral relations.
According to Pedersen, Denmark supports the territorial integrity of Georgia and sees the importance of deepening of bilateral relations.
As for the Russian troops in the territory of Georgia, the Danish Speaker said that France played a significant role to tackle the problem.
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