PACE President to visit Georgia in late May
Georgia, Tbilisi, April 22 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
Georgia will fulfill at an accelerated pace all its commitments made before the Council of Europe, the Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili said at a joint press conference with PACE President Jean-Claude Mignon in Strasbourg on Monday.
According to him, despite the fact that thiswas the first visit, the meeting was held in a warm atmosphere.
"We touched on the commitments undertaken by Georgia before the Council of Europe. I convinced the Chairman of PACE that the new government will necessarily fulfill them at an accelerated rate. We talked about the problems that we have with our big neighbour, Russia. We planned the possibilities of the settlement of these relations, as well as considered other issues related to our cooperation with the European Union," Ivanishvili said.
He noted that in this regard the visit of the President of the Parlamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe to Georgia scheduled in late May is very important.
"In the remaining time, we will show that the new government will do everything to integrate Georgia the European Union as soon as possible," the Prime Minister of Georgia said.
According to Jean-Claude Mignon, Bidzina Ivanishvili will have to "to respond to the questions related to the processes ongoing in Georgia."
"We are honored to host first time the Prime Minister of Georgia. We had a meeting at which we very frankly and constructively spoke about the current situation in Georgia and plans for the future," Mignon said .