Georgian deputies from the opposition party "Alliance of Patriots of Georgia", Ada Marshania, Georgiy Lomiya and Nato Chkheidze are visiting Moscow for the second time to hold talks with their Russian counterparts.
According to Marshania, the development of relations between the two countries and the issue of the territorial integrity of Georgia will be the central topic of the talks.
She added that representatives of the 'Alliance of Patriots' will return to Georgia on Thursday, Sputnik Georgia reports.
For the first time Georgian parliamentarians visited Moscow in mid-July to met with the State Duma deputies, having agreed to create an inter-parliamentary working group.
At the moment, the dialogue between Moscow and Tbilisi is held in the framework of Geneva discussions and regular meetings in Prague between the Georgian special envoy for the settlement of relations with Russia, Zurab Abashidze, and Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Grigory Karasin.