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Sokhumi isn’t against dialog with Tbilisi2010-05-11 17:37
According to Maxim Gvinjia, the Foreign Minister of Abkhazia, the Abkhaz side never refused to have a constructive dialog, and is still open for it - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I know the Georgian side held a forum in St.Petersburg. I know there was a meeting. In any case, as a prudent man, I believe it's always good when people in a diaspora stick together," he noted.
He highlighted it's always important to conduct any dialog don't let mistakes of the past be repeated.
"The main aspect is to have finding of mutually beneficial solutions as the purpose of the dialog, and let the dialog be constructive," Gvinjia said "Before starting negotiations we must be sure none of the sides will in the future violate an agreement."
Yet the Minister is skeptical about the visit of Georgian politicians to Sokhumi, as in this issue very serious work and preparation must be conducted.