Georgia does not expect "major changes" in connection with status of EU Special Representative for South Caucasus by late 2010
Georgia, Tbilisi, June 7 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
Abolition of the status of the EU Special Representative for South Caucasus is still the subject of internal discussions within EU at this stage, Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister David Jalagania said at the traditional of Monday news briefing.
He said Georgia estimates that no "major changes" in this plan will happen until late 2010.
"We closely follow the process. While we see no reason for any agiotage," Jalagania said.
European Union's foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton stated about possibility of abolishing the status of the EUSR for the South Caucasus last week.
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