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Shevardnadze: famine can start in Georgia2010-08-30 17:21
Eduard Shevardnadze, the ex-President of Georgia, stated the country is facing the threat of "hungry" revolution.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The increase of price for bread is catastrophic. The government must stop it, otherwise famine can start. When people have no money for bread, revolutions occur," he said - BCM.ru.
The ex-head of state added Georgia already has catastrophic situations with unemployment and foreign debt [over USD 7 bn].
Previously Georgian authorities claimed they weren't able to stop growth of prices for food. According to Bakur Kvezereli, the Minister of Agriculture, his agency was developing the package of proposals on regulating prices and improving situation with grain harvest.