EU foreign policy chief, Javier Solana, said he was concerned with the recent developments in Georgia and was sending his special representative for South Caucasus, Peter Semneby, to Tbilisi.
Solana said in a statement that Peter Semneby planned meeting with the both opposition and the authorities.
“I am concerned about the latest developments in Georgia,” Solana said. “Political differences should be resolved within the democratic institutions. All sides should therefore resume the dialogue and refrain from actions that contribute to tensions. This is the best way out of the crisis. I have transmitted this message to President Saakashvili and to the Georgian opposition.”