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Shevardnadze feels good2011-07-26 13:19
According to the press service of the former Georgian president Eduard Shevardnadze, information about the deterioration of his health, made public on the eve, does not correspond to reality. "Georgia-News" reported about this with reference to InterpressNews. This information was released to journalists by the head of the press-service Marina Davitashvili, the agency said.
On Monday, Shevardnadze was working in his office as usual. "I claim with full responsibility that he feels good, he is in his office and works" - underlined Davitashvili.