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Putin met with Noghaideli2009-12-24 11:38
Vladimir Putin, the PM of Russia, yesterday met with ex-PM of Georgia, the pro-opposition Movement for Just Georgia leader, Zurab Noghaideli.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Putin states the relations between the two countries are "deplorable" and are at the lowest level over their history - RIA Novosti.
"That's the result of the policy of the official authorities of Tbilisi. If the policy was different, I'm sure, the tragic events one and a half year ago in Abkhazia and South Ossetia would never happen", Putin said.
"The most vivid confirmation of the anti-people character of the policy is the destruction of the monument to the war heroes in Kutaisi.
According to the Russian PM, people of Russia and Georgia are connected by "thousands of invisible threads, mutual interests and common history".
"Now this is also wanted to be destroyed. I'm sure that it's impossible, no-one has enough power to do it. It won't be done. But watching it from the side would be a mistake," he highlighted.
The negotiations were attended by Russian Speaker Gryzlov and Mayor of Moscow Luzhkov. The sides discussed plans to restore the Memorial, blasted in Kutaisi, in Moscow.