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Nogaideli: Saakashvili to Make History as Coward2009-11-20 17:26
Georgia's ex PM, now opposition For Fair Georgia leader Zurab Nogaideli thinks Saakashvili will make history as a coward.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At today's press conference he criticized the current country leader for the military conflict with Russia and his behavior at the time of tragic events last August.
According to Nogaideli current leaders of Georgia depleted all resources except for one - to go the way of confrontation with Moscow.
He also expressed resentment over the criticism of Georgian pop and opera stars Nani Brevadze and Paata Burchuladze by the authorities for their performances in RF, VZGLYAD reports.
"Exactly what Nani Brevadze and Paata Burchuladze do is needed for the country's unification", - he believes.
As GeorgiaTimes wrote earlier on November 22 Nogaideli arrives in Moscow on a 4-day working visit.
Today the details of his trip have been reported.
Nogaideli says he will "focus on the meetings with Russian officials and representatives of the Georgian diaspora" not specifying though who he will negotiate with.
It will be remembered that during his recent trip to the Russian capital (October 25-28) Georgia's ex PM met with Secretary of State - Russian Deputy FM Grigory Karasin. He stated then that Russia's role in conflict settlement in Transcaucasia can't raise any doubts.
Nogaideli underscored the importance of talks with the RF that must be started without any preconditions or ultimatums.
According to him it's most important to restore relations with Moscow first in order to resume dialogue with Abkhazia and South Ossetia.