( Civil ) - Opposition politicians are holding talks with Daniel Fried, the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, who is paying a one-day working visit to Georgia on November 1.
Before the meeting the opposition politicians said that they would mostly focus on current tense situation in the country.
MP Kakha Kukava from the Conservative Party said that the opposition would also push for the necessity of a dialogue with the authorities.
Recently the U.S. officials called on the opposition and the authorities for a dialogue against the background of the existing political standoff.
"It is obvious that the international community exerts pressure on the authorities, but more efforts and more concessions are needed from the authorities," MP Mamuka Katsitadze from the New Rights party told reporters before the meeting.
"Naturally, we will talk about all issues. We will brief Mr. Fried about the recent developments in the country," MP Koka Guntsadze from the Movement for United Georgia said.