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Ex-President of Georgia named statesman who can normalize relations with Russia2010-02-15 15:56
Today Eduard Shevardnadze, the ex-President of Georgia, called names of three people, who, in his view, must deal with normalizing relations with Russia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In his interview to the Asaval Dasavali [Georgian newspaper] Shevardnadze said that it must be trusted to Fridon Todua, the renowned doctor and the Vice Speaker of the Parliament; Irakli Mengarishvili, the ex-State Minister; and Vazha Lordkipanidze, the ex-ambassador to Russia. He also mentioned that each of them could become the President of Georgia.
Speaking on the normalizing dialog with Russia, Shevardnadze said he'd prefer Fridon Todua, as he's respected in "Russian aristocratic circles."