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Burjanadze: world is lucky as Saakashvili has no nuclear briefcase2010-02-03 12:22
Democratic Movement-United Russia leader, Nino Burjanadze, who visited Davos Forum as a guest, was worried since high-ranking Georgian governmental officials hadn't been invited to such forums for 2 years.gt-en-newsitem-inside
She added that there was no prospect of holding official important global events in Georgia in the future - Georgia Times correspondent in Tbilisi.
"Unfortunately, Georgia is no longer regarded an important partner, and it doesn't participate in international processes. It means Georgia has no opportunity for defense of own interests in vital issues," Burjanadze said at the press conference devoted to results of the trip to Davos.
She blames Mikheil Saakashvili and his government, saying that due to their "merits" the country found itself in international isolation and lost its role both in the region and in the international arena.
"Saakashvili offended all out strategic partners," she said and reminded accusations for Tagliavini's commission and foreign minister of Germany, actions of Georgian "monitors" in Ukrainian elections.
She added that at Davos meetings many foreign investors said they intended to invest in Georgia but reconsidered after learning the situation in the country.
"Saakashvili creates Georgia an image of the unstable country, that's why all serious investments are stopped," she said and highlighted the world is lucky Saakashvili has no nuclear button.