Georgia, Tbilisi, July 16 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
The European Union will continue to support Georgia and the Georgian people. EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, vice president of the European Union Baroness
Catherine Ashton made this statement.
"My visit to Georgia has two objectives. First - talks on an association agreement between the European Union and Georgia and the second - to get acquainted with the work of an EU observer mission. This is very important. I hope that all problems will be solved politically," the baroness said.
Catherine Ashton met today with representatives of the EU observer mission in the village Odzisi bordering with occupied Akhalgori region.
Ashton also visited the village Tserovani where Georgians expelled from South Ossetia were compactly resettled. She visited several homes of refugees and talk to them. Baroness asked how long they have lived in Tserovani and the conditions in which they live.
Refugees said they were satisfied with the conditions created by the Georgian authorities, but they want to go home, and in this case rely on the EU.