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Grigol Vashadze doesn’t intend to resign2009-07-27 16:57
Grigol Vashadze, the minister of foreign Affairs of Georgia, doesn't intend to submit resignation, said David Jagalania, the deputy Foreign Minister, at today's briefing - Georgia Times reporter.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Jagalania refuted the messages of several mass media stating Vashadze allegedly intends to resign. The deputy Minister explained the Vashadze's absence in a number of official meetings with the vacations of the latter.
It's worthy noticing that in the course of Joe Biden's visit to Georgia the U.S. Vice President was met not with the Foreign Minister, but with Georgi Bokeria, the deputy Foreign Minister.