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Levan Berdzenishvili advised Lukashenko not to visit Georgia2013-01-31 17:19
One of the leaders of the Republican Party of Georgia and associate of Georgian Prime Minister Ivanishvili, MP Levan Berdzenishvili said on Thursday he would not advise the president of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko to visit Georgia, the VZGLYAD reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I would not advise Mr. Lukashenko to visit Georgia. For example, personally I and my party will do everything to ensure that if he comes he would well understand what kind of response is waiting him for the arrest of the people, our friends, whom he had locked in prison. Saakashvili said that Belarus has no political prisoners ... Personally, I can name about 20 people, only my personal friends, who are political prisoners in Belarus. One of them was arrested for receiving a grant", Berdzenishvili said.
"I do not believe in patriotism of Mikheil Saakashvili. This is a man who has lost not only the war in August, but also the election in Georgia. It would not be too smart to listen to a person who has lost the election and come at his invitation", the MP said.
Recall, on January 15, Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko stated he was going to discuss with the Georgian leadership the issue of the return of the country to the CIS.
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.