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Most Georgians disapprove of Noghaideli’s visits to Moscow2010-02-16 11:57
Most Georgians condemn visits of ex-PM Zurab Noghaideli to Moscow, the survey by Kviris Palitra revealed - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The results showed that 56.2 per cent of respondents gave the negative assessment, 10 per cent approved of them; 33.8 per cent found difficulty answering.
Yet Noghaideli is content with his visit to the Russian capital, where he signed agreement between his party and the United Russia [ruling party of Russia]. In ex-PM's view, the document is nothing special but can turn out to be historical for Georgian-Russian relations.
This agreement implies exchange of experience in party formation. Boris Gryzlov, Russian Speaker, the chairman of supreme council of the United Russia heeded that the agreement implies the beginning of party interaction: mutual consultations, exchange of information and party formation experience.
"The agreement will be followed by specific protocols to discuss real steps in 2010. The main thing is to create the channel of relations at the official party level between Georgia and Russia", the chairman of the party supreme council said.