An artist: The idea of Saakashvili's new city is nonsense
Georgian Artist Temur Goshadze called President Mikhail Saakashvili'a idea to create a new town a delirium.
According to IA REGNUM, the edition of "Resonance" cited Goshadze's opinion, who is puzzled by Saakashvili's decision. According to expert, Georgia has not enough people to populate a new city called Lasik. In addition, Goshadze stresses, construction of multistory buildings in the city is dangerous, because it will be built on wetlands.
"Kazakhstan, which has built Astana - is very rich country. Brazil is also very rich country, and these countries have had opportunities to attract the money. The man who conceived the construction of Lasik, where he's going to take and where to place so many people? This is nonsense", Temur Goshadze summed up.
Recall, a few days ago, Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili unveiled his "Napoleonic plans" to build a new town called Lasik at the Black Sea shore. It will be located between the villages Anaklia and Kulevi and will become the second in the country in terms of population.
"In the next 10 years at least half a million people will live in this city, and in terms of population, it will become the second city in Georgia after Tbilisi. It will be a marine, economic and commercial center in western Georgia", Saakashvili said.