The President of Georgia Salome Zurabishvili met with the President of the European Council Charles Michel.
“The President of Georgia and the President of the European Council Charles Michel held an informal meeting to discuss developments in Georgia,” reads the statement on Zurabishvili’s Facebook page.
The statement did not specify the time or place of the meeting, but as the Presidential Administration reported, the meeting took place on July 28 in France.
The topics of discussion and results have yet to be announced.
Chairman of the Georgian Dream party, Irakli Kobakhidze, yesterday made an announcement, stating the agreement of 19 April mediated by the President of the European Council Charles Michel was being annulled.
“Although more than half of the opposition MPs did not sign the agreement, we see that our international partners do not consider it necessary to strongly urge the radical opposition to sign the document and participate in its implementation.
“The country has already moved to new, local self-government elections, and holding self-government elections when the main opposition party has not signed the document is detrimental to the interests of the country. In this situation, declaring exhaustion of the agreement from the Georgian Dream side seems without alternative,” said Kobakhidze.
By Ketevan Skhirtladze
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