Georgia, Tbilisi, July 17 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Georgian non-parliamentary opposition will meet U.S vice-president Jo Baiden by conducting mass protest action in the center of Tbilisi. Baiden will arrive in Georgia on two-day-visit on July 22, Way of Georgia party leader Salome Zurabishvili said at the briefing on July 17.
She reminded that 100 days have passed since opposition conducts actions of protest requiring resignation of the President and special parliamentary and presidential elections.
"Georgian public requires changes Obama promised the entire world in Moscow, especially, people have right to elect the government and people's will is the only factor the state must rely on," Zurabishvili said.
Georgian people will meet Baiden with slogan It is time for changes in Georgia, she said.
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