Georgia, Tbilisi, March 25 / Trend , N.Kirtskhalia/
Members of PACE Monitoring Committee will work in two directions during the visit to Georgia.
Head of the delegation Matias Yorsh said in an interview with journalists that several important meetings in the state organizations will be held, as well as with non-governmental sector and political parties.
"The situation in Georgia is not easy. Our goal is to assess the democratic process, and we either do not close your eyes," said Yorsh.
The second direction is to monitor the implementation of recommendations assumed by Georgia before the Council of Europe. According to Yorsh, Russia has failed to meet most of the recommendations.
"Our goal is to assess the situation," he said.
The Vice-Speaker of Georgian Parliament Mikheil Machavariani is awaiting clarification of how the decision to take the CE and what actions to undertake, if Russia will continue to ignore the recommendations.