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Ivanishvili has not met with Saakashvili2013-02-12 12:01
Georgian Prime Minister Ivanishvili has ignored the meeting with Mikheil Saakashvili in the presidential palace, held the day before. President expressed his dissatisfaction with this fact and a hope that in the future, Prime Minister would take part in the dialogue, the Rosbalt reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
However, the participants of the meeting - Saakashvili, Parliament Speaker David Usupashvili and leader of the Parliamentary minority David Bakradze - are satisfied with its business nature.
"The meeting had business nature, and we have expressed concern about the incident occurred on February 8 and agreed that all issues must be addressed in the Parliament, not on the street", said the Georgian president.
In turn, Usupashvili said that he had the impression after the meeting that the dialogue was not hopeless. "An agreement is still far, but I'm personally of the opinion that that was not hopeless conversation, not a PR campaign on our part or on the part of the president. I think both sides are well aware that we must reach agreement", he said.
Recall, yesterday it was reported that Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili was awaiting the Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili in his residence in Tbilisi at 8 pm, for consultations on constitutional issues. That was announced by the administration of the head of state.