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US, Great Britain and Dutch Embassies to Jointly Observe Elections

27.10.2013
 
Interpresnews 

“This day can tribute to the consolidation of democratic institutions of Georgia,” US Ambassador to Georgia Richard Norland told journalists at PS # 31. 

US Ambassador, together with the British Ambassador Alexandra Hall Hall and Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Hans Horbach, observed the polling process in PS # 31 in the Didube district public school # 207, Tbilisi; they heard information about ongoing process from the commission chairperson.

“Traditionally US, Great Britain and Dutch Embassies jointly observe the elections in Georgia. Today, I arrived at this polling station together with my colleagues, where we observed the polling process. It is very significant for Georgia. It is the day, which can tribute to the consolidation of democratic institutions of Georgia. We observe how the election process is organized. Apparently, the process was very well organized. We hope the elections will be held in peaceful, transparent, free and fair environment,” Richard Norland said.

The ambassadors will visit a few other precincts throughout the day. 
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