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Ivanishvili has commented Vashakidze's statement2013-01-25 13:53
Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili has commented on the statement by the former Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nikoloz Vashakidze about his resignation, the Armenia Today reported. He said he could not understand what Vashakidze had meant speaking of disagreement with the foreign policy of the new government.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to him, last week, during the preparation for the visit to Armenia, he met twice with Vashakidze who informed him the position of the Foreign Ministry on the various issues to discuss during the visit. Ivanishvili said that among the issues submitted by Vashakidze such an "acute issue" as the restoration of the railway communication between Georgia and Russia via Abkhazia had not been mentioned.
As recalled by the News-Georgia, Nikoloz Vashakidze resigned as Deputy Foreign Minister in the early week, informing that one of the reasons for his resignation was the statement of Ivanishvili in Yerevan, without specifying the certain statement.
A day later he commented his words, saying that he had questions about Ivanishvili's statement that the foreign policy of Georgia "in the near future" will not change, and that "the Armenian foreign policy is worth of imitation". Vashakidze said that he could not remain in office because he did not share the foreign policy course of the "Georgian Dream".