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FM: Saakashvili has not signed a decree on the appointment of ambassadors2013-03-07 13:21
On Thursday, March 7, Georgian Foreign Minister Maya Panjikidze expressed surprise at the fact that the country's president Mikheil Saakashvili has not signed a decree on the appointment of nine new ambassadors abroad, the News-Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I'm surprised, since if the president says that he respects the Parliament elected by the people, then it is unclear what does prevent him from signing a decree on the appointment of ambassadors approved by the Parliament. He did not refuse from the submitted candidates, which means that he agrees with these nominations", said Panjikidze.
As recalled by the Izvestia, in mid-January, Saakashvili satisfied Panjikidze's appeal to recall a number of ambassadors of Georgia abroad. He submitted to the Parliament new nominations of ambassadors who were approved on February 20.