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Georgian FM and Premier are not going meet with Russian side2013-03-25 18:14
Deputy Foreign Minister David Jalagania has refuted the report of the Georgian media that the head of the office Maya Panjikidze and Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili allegedly intended to meet with representatives of Russian side, the RIA Novosti reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Responding to a question whether any meetings between the officials of the two countries were planned Jalagania said: "With regard to this question, the answer is - no."
As recalled by the Tbilisi Week, Georgia severed diplomatic ties with Russia after Moscow recognized the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia in 2008. Representatives of the new Georgian government, who came to power following the parliamentary election in October 1, 2012, named the normalizing relations with the Russian Federation one of the main objectives of the foreign policy.
After the change of power in Georgia the country launched negotiations with the Russian side on resumption supplies of Georgian products to the Russian market.