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National Council of Georgia to open offices in Russia2010-07-09 12:55
To the end of the year the pro-opposition National Council of Georgia will open offices in Russia to improve and develop bilateral contacts with Russian politicians and Georgian diaspora - the VZGLYAD.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Zviad Dzidziguri, the leader of the Conservatives, claimed that public opinion of Georgia is for improvement of relations with Russia. He believes meetings with Russian officials must continue. The opposition leader added he was preparing a visit to Moscow, but refused to call a certain date.
Georgian opposition also thinks Saakashvili is holding secret negotiations with Kremlin.