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Saakashvili won’t go to security conference in Munich2010-02-02 11:27
Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, won't participate in security conference in Munich [starts on February 5th ]- for the first time since 2006.gt-en-newsitem-inside
On February 4th the Georgian delegation headed by Grigol Vashadze, the Foreign Minister, will depart for Germany - the VZGLYAD.
In the view of the Rezonansi [Tbilisi newspaper], the decision is connected with the last years' scandal, when at the first after August war conference Saakashvili arrived without invitation and wasn't allowed to deliver a speech.
The guards didn't even allow him inside the hall, said political scientist Ramaz Klimiashvili in the interview to the Rezonansi, citing to one of the Interior Ministry of Georgia employees.
At the same time Alana Gagloyeva, the head of press service of the Georgian leader stated that he has other events planned for that time. She also didn't confirm that Saakashvili was an uninvited guest in Munich conference of 2009.