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Georgian ambassador to Ukraine doesn’t disclaim contacts of Saakashvili and Tymoshenko2010-01-22 12:06
Grigol Katamadze, Georgian ambassador to Ukraine, calls on Ukrainian politicians not to involve Georgia in their inner struggle. This announcement was made in City [TV channel] - LIGABiznesInform.gt-en-newsitem-inside
When asked, whether Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and Ukrainian presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko communicate, the diplomat answered that Tymoshenko is the Prime Minister of Ukraine, and the PM of Ukraine and President of Georgia can contact and discuss issues of bilateral cooperation.
Katamadze said that Saakashvili has "good relations both with the acting President Viktor Yushchenko, as well as the Prime Minister Tymoshenko and opposition leader Viktor Yanukovich."
The ambassador assured that cooperation of the two countries would continue disregard the result of the elections.
When asked whether Georgia would send its monitors on February 7th, diplomat answered positively, and added that a due invitation from the Ukrainian side is needed, and CEC of Ukraine must register them.
Yet Katamadze failed to voice the number of monitors Georgia could send for the second tour.
When asked to comment message about combatants among Georgian monitors at the first tour, he replied: "Human fantasy has no limits."