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Normalization of relations with Abkhaz and Ossetians is possible after Saakashvili leaves2013-05-16 11:42
According to the Georgian State Minister for Reintegration Paata Zakareishvili, normalization of relations with the Abkhaz and Ossetians is possible after Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili leaves the power, the RBC reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He stated that the President of Georgia "in every way hinders the government": for example, he has not still signed a document to rename the Ministry of Reintegration. "This prevents us from having at least some formal contacts with conflict regions," explained Zakareishvili.
The Minister said that the new Georgian President, to be elected in October 2013, must become an ally of the government, not its enemy or opponent. "Then, of course, we obviously get new prospects for dialogue and rapprochement with both Abkhaz and Ossetian side," he added.
Meanwhile, according to the Special Representative of the Prime Minister for Relations with Russia Zurab Abashidze, the government has no illusions that progress in relations with Russia will be reached in the near future. He said this after a meeting with members of the Monitoring Committee of PACE.