Georgia, Tbilisi /corr. Trend N.Kirskhalia / In Brussels the delegation of Georgia discussed the issues of conducting democratic presidential elections in Georgia. The Georgian delegation was headed by the Acting President of Georgia, Nino Burjanadze, at the meetings with the President of the European Parliament, Hans-Gert Pettering and NATO Secretary General, Yap de Hoop Skheffer.
During the meetings, Burjanadze once again confirmed that Georgia invites as many foreign observers as possible so that the elections take place in a most democratic and open manner.
The Head of the Georgian Parliament's Committee for European Integration, Nino Nakashidze, said that the European Union highlighted its support to Georgia and expressed its intention to send their observers to the presidential elections.
"The EU once again highlighted its support in holding transparent presidential elections in Georgia. We were told that Georgia will not stand alone and the EU will provide the support previously made for the further democratization of the Country," Nakashidze said.