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Saakashvili invited Ivanishvili to negotiate2012-12-05 12:05
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili offered his political opponent, Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili to negotiate one-on-one on settling their differences. This was reported today the Financial Times.gt-en-newsitem-inside
President of Georgia said he was willing to give control over the internal affairs to the new government led by Ivanishvili, and focus entirely on international relations in the last few months of his presidency, whose term ends in October. He also called on Ivanishvili to negotiate one-on-one in order to put an end to the situation of political deadlock, the edition reports.
According to Saakashvili, the conflict between the President and Prime Minister of Georgia can make the Western countries refuse to support this country. From the point of view of the head of state, it would weaken the position of Georgia against Russia, considered the main Georgia's enemy.
"Most of all, I am concerned that Georgia must not stay alone, isolated and vulnerable. Georgia may face the risk that our traditional allies disillusion and leave us", Saakashvili stated.
According to the ITAR-TASS, Georgian President expressed dissatisfaction that the government of Ivanishvili, who came to power after winning at the parliamentary election in October this year, has filed a criminal case against his followers.
Ivanishvili's spokesman has questioned the president's proposal for peaceful coexistence. He said that the Prime Minister was afraid of stalemate and "doubts in the ability of Saakashvili to the sensible co-existence".