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Survey: meeting of Obama and Medvedev won’t improve relations between Moscow and Tbilisi2010-07-05 15:04
Most respondents of the survey, held by Kviris Palitra [Georgian weekly] believe the recent meeting of Barack Obama, the U.S President, and Dmitry Medvedev, the President of Russia, won't lead to improvement of Georgian-Russian relations - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Only 13 per cent of respondents believe in improvement of relations between Russia and Georgia; 9.7 per cent found difficulty answering.
70.2 per cent think "nothing will change" after the meeting of these two leaders.
7.1 per cent predict further deterioration of Russian-Georgian relations.