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Georgia wants peace but not at the price of territorial integrity2009-01-07 12:51
Mikhail Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, said that he shares the position of Ilia II, the Patriarch-Catholicos of All Georgia, the latter expressed at the Christmas liturgy in the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
When the liturgy was over, Saakashvili turned to the key issues the Patriarch touched upon, RosBalt informs.
«The patriarch spoke of the two most important issues. The first one: Georgia, Georgian people wants peace, but not at the price of territorial integrity. It is a very important, fundamental standing, that is in fact the main basis of our national policy», Georgian leader said.
When he spoke of the global economic crisis, which the Patriarch also touched upon, Saakashvili said that crisis hasn't already reached Georgia and everything must be done do not let it affect citizens at full scale.
As the President underlined, the main thing is to have all the houses heated. He reminded that "the whole Europe is cut off gas", whereas Georgia managed to provide it.