“Opponents should determine their position whether they are ready for dialogue and do not use the language of the ultimatum,” said Shalva Papuashvili, a member of the Georgian Dream electoral list.
According to him, it is unclear what Grigol Vashadze meant by disrupting the talks.
“There is an expectation of dialogue among our opponents. Opponents should determine their position, whether they are ready for dialogue and do not use the language of the ultimatum,” Papuashvili said.
Earlier, the chairman of the United National Movement, Grigol Vashadze, said in the TV program “Night Courier” that the dialogue with the involvement of diplomats was failed. Vashadze did not specify what caused the disruption.