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Thomas Melia to speak about the visited in Georgia on press-conference today
10:03 12.09.2012
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The U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Thomas Melia will speak about visit planned in Georgia on press-conference held today and will make an assessment. 
Thomas Melia arrived in Georgia on September 10. He heads the interagency delegation, which will assess the pre-election period in Georgia. 
We will recall you that within the visit Melia met representatives of the opposition and the government of Georgia. 
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