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Mass media: Saakashvili left without American advisor2010-02-02 11:51
Daniel Kunin, the American advisor, who has been working with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili in recent years, left the head of state.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"In recent times the advisor has preferred not to interfere in the affairs of the President of Georgia," the VZGLYAD reports citing to the Rezonansi [Tbilisi newspaper], in each turn citing to sources, close to Kunin.
Saakashvili's administration refuses to comment the message.
Kunin, American political technologist, was one of the closest people to the Georgian leader. His mother is the ex-governor of Vermont, and has good ties in U.S. political elite, the newspaper notes.
"Kunin was the chief advisor to Saakashvili and the connecting link with American authorities," the Rezonansi says.