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Saakashvili has refused from his residence in Adjara2013-03-05 14:51
Saakashvili has refused from his presidential residence, located in Adjara. He expressed willingness to transfer it to the government, the News-Georgia reported. The residence we are talking about is located in the village of Bobokvati on the Black Sea coast.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Earlier, Saakashvili refused from the state guard. He did it after the State Guard Service had become subordinate to the government consisting of Saakashvili's political opponents. He also announced that he would not use armored vehicles.
As recalled by the Lenta.ru, the government offered the president to vacate his Tbilisi residence, located in Avlabari, and move into the State Office Building. Saakashvili responded to the offer with a refusal.
However, his opponents refused to consider the matter closed. The government has decided to cut down the cost of maintaining the presidential administration and reduce the reserve fund of the president. In this regard, Saakashvili's spokeswoman said in November last year, that the external lighting of his residence in Tbilisi will be switched off to save money.