Georgia, Tbilisi, 10 November / corr Trend N.Kirtzkhalia / The Georgian Labor Party demands the French, UK and German governments to recall their ambassadors from Tbilisi. "Patricia Flor, ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG), Eric Furnie, ambassador of France, and Daniel Kipp, ambassador of Great Britain, hate Georgian opposition," Shalva Natelashvili, a leader of Laborites told a press-conference.
These diplomats send biased information about Georgia to their countries, ignore any opinion, which is different from an official one, and hate opposition, thus, defend President Saakashvili's interests, he said.
Members of diplomatic corps go all to meetings with authorities, but they do not attend scheduled meetings with opposition or "send the sixth helpers of cleaners there", and do not issue visas to Georgian citizens or compel them to stand in lines for hours, the leader of Laborites said.
Three aforesaid ambassadors behave themselves unworthy and in this connection, Labourites will send a special appeal to their governments, demanding to recall their diplomats, Natelashvili said.
According to the leader of the Labor party, perhaps, a corruption agreement exists between authorities and the diplomatic corps. Giga Bokeriya was transferred to the Foreign Ministry to regulate corruption deals with the diplomatic corps "which costs several tens of million of dollars for Georgia in each quarter", Natelashvili said.
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