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Mishiko given an unsatisfactory mark in Davos2011-02-04 18:39
Heavy clouds are gathering over Mikheil Saakashvili. While Irakli Alasania, leader of pro-opposition Free Democrats was having breakfast with US president Barack Obama, leader of Democratic Movement - United Georgia faction Nino Burdzhanadze attended the economic forum in Davos and returned with a heap of curious news. Despite Mishiko's confidence that all his political actions are appreciated by the international community, the reality is more than severe. The country leaders' economic policy is acknowledged as unprofessional and inconsistent.
The 41st forum was attended by over 2,500 participants from 100 world countries with nearly 1,400 businessmen and over 30 heads of state and government. Joint discussions were an attempt to reveal new norms for a new reality and analyze the state of affairs in the world economy gradually recovering itself from the global financial crisis.
Remarkably, official Tbilisi was not invited to this large-scale event and it was Nino Burdzhanadze to cover the back lands coming to the forum of her own free will. She held a number of bilateral meetings both with political leaders and representatives of international community that play an important part in high-level decision-making. Mikheil Nikolozovich has to acknowledge, to his own displeasure, that diplomacy like a medal has two sides. If many are shy to express the opinion of the international community looking Mr Saakashvili straight in the eyes, very bold things are heard in the lobbies.
"At the time when the world's leading mass media reported on Davos economic forum, the Georgian press presented nothing on the event. It is alarming that Georgia's official authorities have not been present at this most important forum. Besides, in Davos I realized long ago that there would be no invitations for Georgia's officials in the next few years. We are not a priority country on a number of directions any more", - Burdzhanadze stated on her return from Davos.
Mrs. Burdzhanadze didn't lose time trying hard to present unbiased information on political and economic processes in the Caucasian republic as well as the current threat of a social catastrophe. As leader of Democratic Movement - United Georgia pro-opposition faction told, many lost all illusions over ideal democracy to be developed in Georgia. Indeed, despite the government's large expenditure on rose-colored show-off the forecasts of people genuinely interested in developments inside the country are far from flattering.