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U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, Thomas Melia is in Tbilisi
10:12 10.09.2012
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U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, Thomas Melia is already in Tbilisi. He heads interagency delegation, which is to assess pre-election period in Georgia.  
The delegation is manned with the U.S. Agency for International Development, representatives of the Defence and Justice Departments.   
It is known that within the visit Thomas Melia will hold meetings with the oppositional parties too. He will also meet with government officials.
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