Tbilisi, Georgia, Jan. 28
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
A resolution on the humanitarian situation in the eastern regions of Ukraine and the situation of internally displaced persons will be discussed in PACE Jan. 28.
"I think that our delegation will be active in today's debate," deputy chairman of the International Relations Committee of the Georgian Parliament Zviad Kvachantiradze said.
He said that he will deliver a report at the PACE meeting.
"We intend to assess the situation in Ukraine," he said.
The draft resolution included a number of changes at the request of the Ukrainian side. It also included the recommendations that require Russia to stop supporting separatists.
The parliamentary majority and the opposition have a common position in connection with the resolution on Ukraine.
"In this resolution we supported the positions declared by the Ukrainian side," member of the Free Democrats party Irakli Chikovani said. "It is supported by the entire staff of the Committee and the rapporteur. Accordingly, we do not expect any changes. The changes are aimed at supporting Georgia's territorial integrity, as well as ensuring the rights of refugees and internally displaced persons without any preconditions."
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