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Opposition: Saakashvili is afraid of improving relations with Russia2010-03-31 11:48
Nino Burjanadze, the Democratic Movement-United Georgia leader, yesterday claimed that President Mikheil Saakashvili is afraid of any signs of improvement of relations with Russia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
‘The world learnt to get along with Russia, and why cannot Georgia do the same," she said at the press conference. ‘Saakashvili is very afraid the society will see the existence of a real chance for improvement of relations with Russia," the opposition leader said - the VZGLYAD.
"All political forces of Georgia must use their opportunities to settle relations with Moscow," she urged. She added that in 2006-2007 the leader of an authoritative European country was ready to be a mediator between Moscow and Tbilisi, but Saakashvili brought them to naught. Yet Burjanadze didn't mention any particular name.