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Georgia follows Kosovo scenario?2013-05-17 13:24
Does Bidzina Ivanishvili welcome settlement of the problems of Abkhazia and South Ossetia in accordance to Kosovo scenario? In an interview to the Euronews the Prime Minister said about a "good example" when commenting on the signing of an agreement between Serbia and Kosovo. Experts have different interpretations of these words of the Primier. And President Saakashvili accuses Prime Minister of actions against the state interests of Georgia.
Statement by the Prime Minister of Georgia on the TV channel Euronews has caused a storm of indignation in the team of President Saakashvili and the "United National Movement." Answering to reporter's question about the way the Prime Minister was going to resolve the conflict over Abkhazia and South Ossetia, and how he assessed the signing of an agreement between Kosovo and Serbia, Ivanishvili said that Georgia had to find a common language with Russia, as well as with Abkhazians and Ossetians. "The current situation does not suit anyone," said Ivanishvili. "Georgia has lost 20% of its territory, and we will undertake all efforts to get them back, but we will do it peacefully and through negotiations. I really hope that the international community will help us in this question.
Relations between Serbia and Kosovo are a good example of how the situation can be normalized. This is an indication that the world and people have changed. We must do everything possible to establish relations with our brothers - the Abkhazians and Ossetians," said Ivanishvili.
But what exactly: a political model of solving a problem or building relationships between the peoples? Ivanishvili has not specified that. But his main opponent, President Saakashvili, immediately reacted to this statement by the Prime Minister.