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Vashadze estimated relationship between RF and Georgia as “non-existent”2011-05-18 15:25
Russian-Georgian relationship was given a peculiar appraisal by the Georgian politicians. In the opinion of the head of the Georgian foreign policy administration, these are "non-existent relations". As was reported by GHN, this was the way Grigol Vashadze assessed it during his visit to Switzerland.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The meeting of the Georgian minister with the Swedish authorities was dedicated to the issues of bilateral and multilateral cooperation between Georgia and Sweden, Georgia and European Union, as well as Georgia and Russia.
"We've discussed the current situation in the "occupied territories" of Georgia, "non-existent relationship with Russia and those provocations that our northern neighbor resorts to in our respect. We also discussed Georgia's way to European Union, in which respect everyone underlined that the progress we've achieved is impressive", - Vashadze said in his conversation with the local journalists after the meeting.
The minister also thanked Sweden for supporting the process of Georgia's integration in EU.