Saakashvili told about general equality
In Georgia there are no second-rate nations, and this is the achievment of the "rose revolution", said President Mikhail Saakashvili in Marneuli, mainly populated by Azerbaijanis.
"In Georgia, there are no second-rate people, cities, villages, etc. We do everything to ensure that all regions of the country, all cities were equal and developed a comprehensively", Saakashvili said.
He noted that earlier the city of Marneuli was a "different planet" for Tbilisi residents, but today this place "is one of the most beautiful cities in Georgia".
"This is the achievment of the "rose revolution", which has equalized everyone in our country, and now everyone can get to the same school and hospital, where only millionaires and billionaires could learn and receive treated in the old days", said the head of the Georgian state.