Georgian leaders hold final meetings with MEPs delegation day before election run-offs

“Our task is to be as transparent as possible so that no questions remain unanswered,” Garibashvili stated. Photo: Government of Georgia., 29 Oct 2021 - 14:50, Tbilisi,Georgia

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili has met with a delegation of MEPs ahead of the October 30 self-government election run-offs and spoken of the Georgian government’s determination to hold the second round of elections in a free and fair environment. 

Garibashvili thanked MEPs for observing the October 1 local elections, and pledged to ensure peace and transparency during election run-offs tomorrow. 

He also said that the government has held ‘democratic elections recognised by international observers’ several times since 2012.