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Georgian Parliament demands the Minister of Economy to report on the memorandum with Inter RAO2009-01-11 17:25
Georgian Parliament demanded the Minister of Energy, Alexander Khetaguri, to explain signing the memorandum with Inter RAO UES on joined operation of hydro power station on river Inguri for 10 years, the Vzglyad informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Opposition MPs believe that this agreement signed on December 31st by the Georgian Minister and Chairman of the Management Board of Inter RAO UES, Evgeniy Dod, does not correspond strategic interests of Georgia.
In the terms of the memorandum the sides agreed to work out the program for no less than 10 years with the purpose of "effective operation" of Inguri hydro power station.
According to Inter RAO UES statement, before signing the agreement representatives of the Russian company held negotiations with top managers of "Georgian and Abkhazian energy sector".
According to the statement, by the participants the document, signed in Tbilisi, is regarded as a serious success, considering the importance of the Inguri hydro power station for power supply of the whole Caucasus region and South Russian Federation.
Ramaz Sakvarelidze, Georgian political scientist, believes that this agreement may be of great use for Georgia and signify the beginning of "new political stylistics".