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The representatives of civil society sector met with the President of Estonia

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The Estonian President has meet with the civil society sector during her official visit to Tbilisi. The information about the election results, constitutional amendments an issues related to women's rights have been shared to the President Kersti Kaljulaid by the civil society sector.
Existing challenges have faced country of Georgia and threats coming from the Russia, particularly so called borderization processes and situation in the occupied regions have been discussed at the meeting too. Civil society has highlighted the importance of the Estonia's support to Georgia's Euro-Atlantic integration.

Tags: women's rights Kersti Kaljulaid civil society sector

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