The FINANCIAL -- On 13 October 2015, Georgian Vice Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili met Boriss Cilevics and Kerstin Lundgren, co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Georgia by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE).
The aim of the visit of the Council of Europe delegation to Georgia is to monitor obligations Georgia has taken when joining the Council of Europe, according to MFA of Georgia.
Discussions during the meeting focused on the situation in Georgia’s occupied territories, in particular, on the signature of the so called “treaties” between the Russian Federation and the Sokhumi and Tskhinvali occupation regimes, on the installation of so-called border signs across the occupation line, as well as on the dire humanitarian situation on the ground.
The sides also focused on the issues discussed within the framework of the Geneva International Discussions and on the visa liberalisation issues.
The co-rapporteurs are due to meet Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, President Giorgi Margvelashvili, representatives of the executive and legislative branches, members of the EU Monitoring Mission to Georgia and representatives of the civil society as well.