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Georgian diaspora in Russia is called on to find common values2010-05-26 16:33
The main purpose the Georgian diaspora in Russia should pursue is searching for common values uniting the two countries, believes Matvei Chlenov, the advisor to the president of the World Congress of Russian-speaking Jews.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He drew parallel between the strategic union of the USA and Israel, which, in his opinion, exists mostly due to common values: democracy and developed civil society - RIA Novosti.
"Situation in Georgia is very complicated now, but Ukrainian experience, Ukrainian model, latest course of events in Ukraine shows that, basically, it's a matter of time," he said and expressed confidence the change of political strategies will happen in Georgian government, and it will lead to the process of approximation with Russia.
Gegam Khalatyan, the Vice-President of the Union of Armenians in Russia, supports this point of view, and adds the Georgian people should stay in cold blood now. "Finally ach people selects the way of development and leaders which lead it to prosperity. I think sooner or later they'll make the right choice," Khalatyan said.
Vladimir Homeriki, the Vice President of the World Congress of Peoples of Georgia reminded Georgia already has centuries long ties with Russia. "We are united by common faith, we are united by practically common history at the long time span," he said.