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Saakashvili gets in contact with Moscow?2008-12-23 12:34
According to some mass media, Georgian President may start, through mediators, negotiations with Moscow, connected with a prospective of relations normalization. One of these mediators may be Mikhail Khubutia, the President of the Union of Georgians in Russia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As Khubutia shared with The Kommersant, Mikhail Saakashvili himself met him on November 21st in Munich. "I had some questions concerning solution of the problem of Georgian refugees, temporarily residing at the territory of the Russian Federation, whose visas expired and who had no place to return. We also discussed renewal of air connection between Russia and Georgia, restoration of diplomatic relations", Khubutia said.
The fact of the meeting was confirmed by Yana Yurova, the Press Secretary of Khubutia, Georgiatimes.info correspondent informs. According to the head of the Union of Georgians in Russia, Saakashvili is ready for contacts with Moscow.
"He (Saakashvili) seems to be disappointed with the fact that Georgia was not granted MAP, and he wasn't properly backed by Europe. He obviously realizes that he needs dialogue with the Russian Federation. Russia must turn out to be wiser and help him. Work proceeds. We'll see what will come out of it ", Khubutia stated.
"We agreed on opening a Russian school in Georgia, it must take place next year", the head of the Union of Georgians in Russia noticed.
It's worthy noticing that there has been no comment from either Georgian or Russian side.