Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis posted a statement on Twitter regarding the current events in Georgia, saying that he was disappointed with the failure of the agreement between the government and the opposition:
“Grateful for Christian Danielsson and the EU for mediation mission in Georgia. Upset and disappointed that the Georgian Dream and opposition failed to reach an agreement. That sends a bad signal to friends and partners. A period of reflection is needed,” Landsbergis tweeted.
Grateful for @DanielssonEU and @eu_eeas for mediation mission in Georgia. Upset and dissapointed that Georgian Dream and opposition failed to reach an agreement. That sends a bad signal to friends and partners. A period of reflection is needed.
— Gabrielius Landsbergis (@GLandsbergis) March 31, 2021
The meeting between the opposition and the Georgian Dream, mediated by Christian Danielsson, the Personal Representative of the President of the European Council Charles Michel, ended without results on March 30.
The Georgian Dream blamed the opposition for the failure to complete the talks, and the opposition, in turn, blamed the government.
By Ana Dumbadze
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