`Very soon we may have a fixed border instead of occupation line,` Georgian Foreign Minister has told the Austrian newspaper Der Standart in her recent interview. Maia Panjikidze said that Georgia had no other instrument but support of international community for halting the process of borderization by installation of barbwire fences on Georgian territory. `We states from the very beginning that we would not get on the provocation and we would not use force not only because we believed in the peaceful solution of all conflicts, but also because we consider the positions of locals and we do not want more problems for them amid already complicated reality. But very soon, we may get fixed border instead of occupation line,` Panjikidze said.
President of Ukraine Vikto Yanukovych says he is ready to hold round table talks with the opposition over the ongoing anti-government protests, as thousands of protestors continued to block roads and camped outside government buildings in capital Kiev.
Georgian parliament has adopted a statement regarding the situation in Ukraine with 68 votes against zero, as the opposition was not attending the vote in the session hall on Monday. Opposition disapproved the draft statement presented by the majority.
Georgia-EU council will meet in Brussels today. The 14th meeting of the council will be attended by the European Commission, Stefan Fule. The parties will discuss Georgia-EU relations, reforms carried out by Georgian government for the development of democracy and human rights.
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Former prime minister of Georgia and the secretary general of the United National Movement Vano Merabishvili`s exclusive interview has been published by the Newpost news agency today. Merabishvili reviews political developments in Georgia.
Within the visit to the USA, Deputy Defence Minister held meeting with U.S. congressmen. Mikheil Darchiashvili informed Congressman Ted Deutch (D-FL) and Congressman John Shimkus (R-IL) about the security environment of Georgia and the region.