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Lukashenko intends to return Georgia to CIS2013-01-15 18:44
In the near future Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko is going to discuss with the Georgian leadership the issue of the return the country to the CIS. He said this at a news conference, noting that he had received an invitation of president Mikheil Saakashvili to visit the country, the Interfax reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I think that in the near future I can talk about it (the return to the CIS) with the leaders of Georgia - Saakashvili and Ivanishvili. Saakashvili has sent me an invitation, and I think that soon I will go there on a visit", Alexander Lukashenko said.
According to Belarusian president, Georgia should not necessarily become a member of the military structures of the Commonwealth. "But they must make some steps towards their neighbors", Alexander Lukashenko added.
He added that everything depended on Georgia, the RBC reported. "Nothing depends either on the CIS, or Russia, or us. Everything depends on Georgia. If Georgia has such a desire, they sit at the table to discuss common problems, including the problems of Georgia", said the President of Belarus.