Saakashvili thinks size doesn’t matter
The government of Georgia is small, but powerful and effective, the president stated in his speech in Harvard Club, attended by Barack Obama administration's representatives, and top officials from foreign states, who arrived to New York to participate in UN GA - GHN.
Saaskshvili noted that a big government is good, but may cause blocking of some issues.
He added Georgia would continue its way to success, otherwise there was no reason to exist. He claimed that parallel to struggle, disregard anything, Georgia wanted to be successful. Their thoughts were: to be very successful or not to exist at all. In Saakashvili's view, it moves the country forward.