18 September 2003, 18:03

Armenian population of Samtskhe Javakhksky and Kvemo Kartliysky regions will be united front during parliamentary elections in Georgia

The council of representatives of Armenian organizations in the Samtskhe Javakhksky and Kvemo Kartliysky regions of Georgia called upon the Armenians of the regions to be a united front during the parliamentary elections coming on November 2 in Georgia.

The council also expressed readiness to assist that political force which "will raise and lobby interest of the Armenian population of Georgia in the legislative body".

The council is to announce a number of pre-election proposals that the future parliamentarians are expected to solve.

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