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PM Zhvania died for gas pipeline – ex-President of Georgia2010-07-22 13:14
Eduard Shevardnadze, the ex-President of Georgia, expressed opinion that one of the reasons of Zurab Zhavania's premature death was caused by his refusal to sell the gas pipeline, connecting Russia and Armenia - Regnum.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In his interview to Georgian mass media Shevardnadze told that initially Zhvania supported the sale of the gas pipeline, presented about 6 years ago, but then changed his mind. According to Shevardnadze, after his resignation Zhvania found himself between the devil and the deep blue sea, as the Georgian authorities were willing to sell the gas pipeline, and the U.S. administration, which had spent much on its repair, didn't.
Shevardnadze can't rule out that now America's agreement to sell the pipeline has already been received. If not, Georgia will get in trouble, he believes. "It can be said Georgia now exists mainly due to American aid. They help us with money, products, arms and everything we need. You know what will happen in case America cuts this aid by one third?! Georgia will die starving," the ex-President said.