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Saakashvili again swore with his tie2010-05-28 12:54
Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, claimed of his readiness "to eat own tie again" in case somebody proves any city on the Black Sea is developing faster than Batumi - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Yesterday, in one of the new squares of the city, at the meeting with school graduates, Saakashvili compared Batumi to an adolescent, growing fast.
"Some 6-7 years ago in Batumi there was neither this square and these hotels, nor even essentials from power to conditions for any future and prospects." "Now everything changed. Now you don't have to leave the city, except, perhaps, for education, and go back," he added.
"Many don't believe in it all, say Saakashvili took his brains out and tell tall tales that Batumi will be a 300 000-city,and in Batumi there will be more hotels than in Moscow, and it will be second Monaco or Saint-Tropez. But you mustn't be surprised. There are always people believing in nothing, but there are us, who believe we have future. And those who believe nothing, can sit in their TV companies and croak everything they wish. But frogs in the new lake in Batumi croak much more beautiful than those who speak in TV," shared Saakashvili.
"If somewhere else in the Black Sea there's such beauty, I can eat my tie for the second time," he claimed, and loud applause of graduates ensued.