Georgian diaspora is creating headquarter in support of Putin
Representatives of Georgian Diaspora in Russia will create headquarter in support of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, running for president, the former Ministry of Defence of Georgia Sandra Kavsadze said, VZGLIAD reported.
"This will be a signal to the international community that the Georgian people do not consider Vladimir Putin as the enemy, waiting from him the contribution to solving the problems of Georgia", Kavsadze said. "I do not want Georgia to become an anti-Putin center", he added.
Kavsadze also said that the Georgian authorities were involved in organizing rallies against Vladimir Putin in Russia through their links in business circles.
On the eve, Vladimir Putin proposed to create a state structure on the matters of national development and of international welfare.
"I believe that the federal government system needs a special structure, responsible for national development, international welfare, the interaction of ethnic groups. Now these problems are in the responsibility of the Ministry of Regional Development and current problems are displaced to a second and then third plan; this situation must be corrected", the head of government wrote in his article in "Nezavisimaya Gazeta".