Russian chairman of the Federation Council, Sergey Mironov supported the idea of resuming parliamentary consultations of the Caucasus four made up of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia and Russia. The given consultations could be held in Moscow at the end of May or in June, Mironov told journalists after his meeting with the Georgian speaker, Nino Burjanadze.
If we will agree on spring then it will be in Russia, if on fall in Georgia, he said, adding that this sort of consultations was suspended due to the parliamentary elections in some countries.
Burjanadze in her turn said that consultations can start in Russia and then be moved to Georgia, emphasizing that there can not be any excuses from avoiding the consultations.
Both politicians are currently in Saint- Peterborough celebrating 100th anniversary of Russian parliamentary, ITAR-TACC reports.