PACE monitors arrive in Georgia
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe's (PACE) Co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Georgia Kastriot Islami and Michael Jensen has today arrived in Georgia. Islami said they intend to investigate the performance of Georgia's commitments undertaken during the entry into the CE.
"This is the first visit of my colleague Jensen and we intend to go through the whole category of performance," Islami told journalists at the Tbilisi airport.
During the visit they will meet with Interior Minister Vano Merabishvili and his deputy, Eka Zguladze, Justice Minister Zurab Adeishvili and his deputy, Tina Burjaliani, the Georgian Parliament told Trend.
Moreover, they will travel to Rustavi and examine the Interior Ministry's Service Agency.
PACE Rapporteurs will meet with members of parliamentary committees on Foreign Relations and Legal Affairs, Minister of Corrections, probation and legal aid Khatun Kalmahelidze, Deputy Public Defender Tata Khuntsaria, the Supreme Court chairman Kote Kublashvili and Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili July 13.
Michael Jensen and Kastriot Islami will also meet with executive director of the National Association David Melua, representative of the State Commission of decentralization David Chichinadze, as well as visit Azerbaijani village Karajala and Ossetian village Kitaani.
PACE Rapporteurs met with Mayor of Tbilisi Gigi Ugulava, Minister for Regional Development and Infrastructure Ramaz Nikolaishvili, representatives of non-parliamentary opposition, Georgian Parliamentary Speker David Bakradze and representatives of the parliamentary majority and minority July 15.
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