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Alasania was invited in Moscow2010-03-04 14:28
Irakli Alasania, the ex-Permanent Representative of Georgia to the UN, leader of pro-opposition Alliance for Georgia, was invited to Moscow.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It's not known whether he will accept the invitation or not, the VZGLYAD reports citing to the All News [Georgian newspaper].
This February in Munich, at the conference on European security, Irakli Alasania met with Sergey Lavrov, the Foreign Minister of Russia.
According to the opposition leader, in Munich he held a number of meetings, includig the one with Lavrov.
Irakli Alasania said he called on Russia "to implement all the points of the cease-fire agreement" and to provide de-militarization of the region, but his position was different from Lavrov's.
He also mentioned they discussed only exterior threats, and didn't touch upon domestic policy.
As for normalization of Georgian-Russian relations and driving them out of deadlock, Alasania believes it can only be done via negotiations between heads of states. He added he told Lavrov that situation when the head of one state refuses to talk to the government of another, is inadmissible.
A few days ago Nino Burjanadze, the Democratic Movement-United Georgia party leader, arrived in Moscow to meet with Russian political and diplomatic circles.
Today she must negotiate with Boris Gryzlov, the head of the Supreme Council of the United Russia [Russia's ruling party].