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Georgian people want to NATO no longer2009-07-30 12:54
Only 42 per cent of Georgian citizens approve of the country leaders' intention to integrate in NATO, the survey conducted by Maestro company - The Vzglyad.gt-en-newsitem-inside
55 per cent of respondents are against Georgia's integration in NATO, the rest abstained from answering.
Last year's plebiscite revealed that over 75 per cent of citizens hailed the idea of NATO membership for Georgia.
In the course of the U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, stated Georgia's course to NATO integration is irreversible.
Whereas short time before that, in his interview to The Wall Street Journal, Saakashvili had regarded the hopes for NATO membership as "almost dead". Later he said the journal had translated his words incorrectly and apologized, whereas The WSJ stated no-one even asked for apology.