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Shevardnadze advised Georgian president to leave2010-12-27 14:18
In the opinion of the former Georgian president Eduard Shevardnadze, the current leader of the country Mikheil Saakashvili should "temporarily leave" in order to mend relationship with Russia, VZGLYAD reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Mending relationship with Russia is the most important task of the Georgian people, - he underlined. - We won't bring our territories back without Russia and God knows what else may happen".
Georgia broke diplomatic relationship with Russia after the events of August 2008, while Russia recognized the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia on August 26 of the same year.
This was preceded by bringing the Georgian troops to South Ossetia on August 8. The military aggression on the part of Georgia resulted in almost complete destruction of the capital of the republic, Tskhinval, and the death of over 200 peaceful citizens and peacemakers. Russia responded in holding an operation on forcing Georgia to peace and protecting Russian citizens.