Georgia, Tbilisi, June 24 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Georgia's parliament speaker David Bakradze met with British minister for Europe Glenys Kinnock in Georgia.
Bakradze familiarized Kinnock with domestic political situation and authority's proposals for opposition at the closed meeting.
The meeting focused necessity in transfer of current processes in dialogue. The State Constitutional Commission was created on this regards. Work is conducted over election code. Direct elections of mayor were raised in agenda.
Bakradze informed British minister that leadership also suggested opposition launching discussions on independence of court and freedom of media.
It dealt with directions of Georgia's foreign policy and situation in conflict regions.
According to information of Great Britain's embassy, on the threshold of Kinnock's visit to Georgia, she said that Georgia is important partner for EU and NATO.
"We will continue supporting Georgia by both bilateral cooperation and other organizations as EU," Kinnock said.
"We think that the only way to overcome challenges of Georgia is dialogue between all political forces and community. I will meet with British colleagues of EU and OSCE monitoring missions," Kinnock said. She said that Azerbaijan opportunity must be given to EU monitors to fulfill mandate in Georgia, including Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Minister stressed Georgia's internal situation saying that the only way to overcome challenges of Georgia is dialogue between all political forces and community.
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