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Georgia took Japan at a kind word2011-02-21 21:16
Chairman of parliamentary commission for Georgia's territorial integrity restoration Shota Malashkhia stated that the parliamentarians will surely consider the issue of the "occupied" Japanese territories by the Russian Federation. These ideas dawned upon the Georgian government after a meeting with Japanese Ambassador Masayoshi Kamohara. Japanese diplomats are expected to respond by confirming the territorial integrity of the Caucasian republic at the international level. Mikheil Saakashvili and his regime desperately need this moral support. After arranging an alliance with the Japanese, Sakartvelo won't look so stupid.
During the meeting, Japanese Ambassador to Georgia Masayoshi Kahomara and Mr. Malashkhia discussed the bi-lateral cooperation in the social field, agriculture, health care and other branches. Japanese diplomat assured the Georgian party that the social and economic programs regularly sponsored by Tokio in the form of the grants will be continued and expressed interest in some innovation technologies allegedly being at the disposal of the Georgian leader Mikheil Saakashvili.
It is clear that Japan treats the Caucasian republic very attentively, helping it in every possible way. For instance, official Tbilisi took into account Tbilisi's request to call Georgia solely in an English way, Georgia, and never use the language of the "evil occupants". The fact that the linguistic-diplomatic problem becomes urgent in connection with such fancy seems to embarrass none of the parties. Either it is hard for the Japanese to pronounce the name of Sakartvelo, or everyone really treats this country in the South Caucasus as one more American state.
Besides, the Japanese are actively investing into alternative sources of electric power in Georgia. Last year, a project on installing the sun energy producing systems at the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tbilisi State University named after Chavchavadze valued at 5,3 million dollars was signed last year, while the Union of Young Teachers received a grant to the amount of 98 thousand dollars, so that the non-governmental organization could open a home for elderly people with all the necessary medical equipment.
A couple of weeks ago, Deputy Foreign Minister of the Caucasian republic Nikoloz Vashakidze and Director General for Foreign Relations for Political Bureau of the Japanese Ministry of Defense Hiroshi Oe agreed that they would defend themselves jointly.