Georgia, Tbilisi, March 23 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
PACE Monitoring Committee members, Matyas Eorsi and Kastriot Islami, met with representatives of nongovernmental organizations working on national minority issues today.
The closed meeting was held in the Council of Europe's Tbilisi office.
Eorsi refrained from comments.
He was interested in the way national minorities live in Georgia, especially after the war, NGO representatives said.
"We have stated that minorities live equally, as well as the rest of Georgia's population," they said.
Special attention was paid to the study of the Georgian language. It should enable national minorities to be a part of the Georgian society. In this regard, attention was paid to the establishment of an appropriate educational system.