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Ivahishvili Says Georgia has “certain progress already in regards to trade and the cultural field”with Russia

Published: April 23, 2013 | 2:13 pm
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(CNA)- During his speech at a session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) in Strasbourg today, Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili said the fact that there is a dialogue between Tbilisi and Moscow shouldn’t create the impression that the country needs no support from its partners anymore.

“We  have a certain progress already in regards to trade and the cultural fields. I do not have an illusion that the problem in respect to territorial integrity will soon be solved, but through making correct steps we will receive results,” declared Ivanishvili.

The Prime Minister was asked about his opinion in terms of the reopening of a railway which runs through the breakaway region Abkhazia and links Russia with Georgia and Armenia: “This issue is related to conflicts and to our independence, relations with Russia, also with our brothers in Abkhazia. It should be solved through protecting the interests of every party, but that this will take time,” stated Georgian PM.



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