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Shevardnadze voiced time of normalization of relations with Russia2010-02-17 10:28
Eduard Shevardnadze, the ex-President of Georgia says the relations with Russia will settle no earlier the government in Georgia changes.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Relations between Georgia and Russia will improve no earlier than on 2013, when term of Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, expires," he said in his interview to Rezonansi [Georgian newspaper]. The ex-President noted that relations with Russia is "such a complicated phenomenon that at least from 3 to 5 years are needed for their improvement".
He said that politicians would soon involve in the process of settling the relations, following ex-PM Zurab Noghaideli - Interfax.
"There's nothing bad in the actions of Zurab Noghaideli, as the person understands that Georgia won't live quiet without settling relations with Russia, and that's why the ex Prim-Minister is no traitor," Shevardnadze highlighted.