We fully agree with the statement of the international observers that the elections were well organized-Ian Kelly

Published in Politics
Monday, 31 October 2016 17:35

We fully agree with the statement of the international observers that the elections were well organized, and there was a competitive total, reflecting the will of the people, - the US Ambassador to Georgia, Ian Kelly told reporters. The US diplomat also congratulated the Georgian people on the successful elections.
"First of all I would like to congratulate the Georgian people on the successful completion of two rounds of elections. We fully agree with the statement of the international observers that the elections were well organized, and there was a competitive total, reflecting the will of the people”- he said.

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