PACE co-rapporteurs to review laws adopted by Georgian parliament

Representatives of the Monitoring Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), co-rapporteurs on Georgia, Michael Aastrup Jensen (Denmark) and Boris Tsilevich (Latvia) arrived in Georgia earlier today.

The purpose of the visit is to familiarise themselves with the situation in Georgia, including in the Samtskhe-Javakheti region and study the laws adopted by the Parliament of Georgia, the OSCE representatives told reporters at Tbilisi airport on Monday.

“Things are changing in Georgia and we want to discuss these changes with representatives of both the majority and the opposition and become familiar with their assessments of what is happening,” Jensen said.

The first meeting between the co-rapporteurs on Georgia with NGO representatives will be held in the Tbilisi office of the Council of Europe.

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