The Bureau considered the agenda for April 29 to May 1st plenary sessions. According to the Vice-Speaker, Zviad Dzidziguri, the agenda includes drafts subject to be considered on April 15-17 sessions. The new initiatives were assigned to the leading Committees.
The Bureau, on the basis of the conclusion by the Budgetary Office, discussed expediency of consideration of the draft on Tax Code by Mikheil Machavariani.
As Z. Dzidziguri noted, after consultations with the Budgetary Office and the Ministry of Finance and specification of some issues, the consideration shall onset.
The official visit to Ukraine commenced. Prior to the official meetings, the Parliamentary Delegation laid the wreath on Holodomor Memorial and visited Kiev-Pechersk historical-cultural national preserve.
The Delegation members visited the Nebesna Sotnya street and commemorated the deceased on Maidan Nezalezhnosti.
The Georgian delegation is composed of David Usupashvili, Tedo Japaridze, Tinatin Khidasheli and Giorgi Vashadze.
The first official meeting is scheduled with the Speaker of Verhovna Rada, Volodymyr Groysman and the Inter-Parliamentary Union Group members.
Today, David Usupashvili will give interview to the Parliamentary Channel of Ukraine, “Rada”.
The Georgian parliamentary delegation pays an official visit to Ukraine on April 19-21. The visit is led by the chairman of Georgian Parliament.
Delegation members are meeting Ukrainian lawmakers during the visit in Kiev. A meeting between the Speakers of the two countries is also planned. The sides will discuss issues of deepening cooperation and relations between the legislative bodies. The discussions on implementation of the Association Agreement and regional security issues are also scheduled.
Georgian Parliamentary delegation will meet Prime Minister of Ukraine, Arseniy Yatsenyuk on April 21st.
The two sides will discuss important issues such as European integration, bilateral relations, future cooperation and the crisis of Ukraine.
Georgian Parliament’s representatives, Tedo Japaridze, Tinatin Khidasheli and Giorgi Vashadze also attend the meetings with the chairman David Usupashvili.