Saakashvili gently chided Natelashvili for bad English
Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili criticized the leader of the Labor Party of Georgia Shalva Natelashvili for his poor knowledge of English. This criticism was voiced after watching television news in English about the action of the Georgian Labor Party in Washington near the White House. The rally was held yesterday. The event was timed to the 8th anniversary of the "Rose Revolution" in Georgia.
"If Natelashvili at one time went to the courses of English, maybe he did not have to read the text written in Georgian letters, and it would much better represent his country, at least in the eyes of the Georgians or passers-by. It;s useful to learn English", said Saakashvili, communicating with teachers in the teacher's House in Tbilisi.
However, knowledge is not enough if one does not have the talent, the Georgian president said.