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MIA of Georgia : Saakashvili will stay in office up to 20132009-03-27 11:24
The present-day Georgian government will "stay in power to 2013, as it is implied by the Constitution of the country", claims the statement of the Interior Ministry of Georgia, spread today in connection with the interview of Sergey Lavrov, the Foreign Minister of Russia to The Financial Times - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Georgian Interior Ministry,"Mr Lavrov voiced the desire of the Russian Federation authorities to change the government of Georgia, elected in democratic way".
"The authorities of Russia should realize that the people of Georgia will never elect the power able to accept the occupation of the unalienable parts of Georgia, banishing the absolute majority of native persons of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali regions from their houses", the Interior ministry underlines.
In his interview to The Financial Times, when asked whether Moscow would like to have Saakashvili resigned, Lavrov, in particular, stated: "It's up to the Georgian people to decide".