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Bush intends to invite Saakashvili for future world leaders training2008-12-19 10:41
When he leaves the President's post, George Bush intends to open the Institute of Freedom in Dallas (Texas), where he intends to invite Mikhail Saakashvili to train future foreign leaders, RIA-Novosti informs alluding to Dana Perino, the White House Press Secretary.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Perino, Bush intends to establish the institute of public politics, not belonging to any party and aimed to help leaders all over the world to train to be better leaders.
According to the Press Service, besides Mikhail Saakashvili, Bush plans to involve Tony Blair, and Jose Maria Aznar, the ex-President of Spain.
Perino reminded that Saakashvili was educated in America, returned to Georgia and tries to build democracy in this country.
She highlighted that now he faces very strong resistance, but holds his own in extreme stress.
Let us remind that Bush's presidential term expires on January, 20th, 2009.