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Saakashvili will not go to the USA2009-04-21 17:16
Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, will not go to the USA. The visit, announced last week by the government representatives, will not be held.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Saakashvili tried hard to have this visit and wanted to have the meeting with the U.S. President Barack Obama organized, stated Zviad Dzidziguri, the Conservative party leader, at today's rally near the Parliament.
"You know how it all was finished? Obama said to Saakashvili: go, son, watch your affairs. He [Saakashvili] anchored great hopes on this visit, wanted to state afterwards: well, I've got so much of support in the USA. It failed", Dzidziguri noticed.
He added that Saakashvili merely wouldn't be able to depart for the USA quietly.
"To leave Georgia he would had to reach the airport and board the plane. And no matter how he would conceal the time of his departure, the people would learnt it and "met" him in the airport. His return to Tbilisi would have been risky as well, as he again would have been met by the people, he is so afraid of", Dzidziguri noted.