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Georgia is ready to negotiate with Russia after renunciation of recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia2010-05-17 16:45
Nino Kalandadze, the deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia, claimed Tbilisi is ready to negotiate with Russia, but only after Moscow's annulment of recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Position of the Georgian side is that all the problems, existing in the territory of Georgia, are connected with Russia, and Russia is responsible for the present-day situation," she noted.
Previously Petre Mamradze, one of the Movement for United Georgia, said the party was waiting for the response of Foreign Minister Vashadze on resumption of official negotiations with Moscow without prerequisites.
On weekend in Tbilisi Alexander Kwasniewski, the ex-President of Poland, stated Georgia was ready to start negotiations with Russia. He, in his turn, was informed by Foreign Minister of Georgia Grigol Vashadze.
"Vashadze have said me today that Georgia is ready to start negotiations with Russia without any prerequisites, in any place, in any time," he stated.
"That's what I will tell the leaders of European countries, as this is a very important message for them. Europe could seriously promote and facilitate the commencement of negotiations between Georgia and Russia", he added.