10 December 2018

Georgian president says he is ready to meet with Putin

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Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili stated on Wednesday that he is ready to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He said it at a meeting with Tbilisi students aired by local TV company Rustavi-2. informs citing TASS.

Margvelashvili noted that he is "ready for rational dialogue with the Russian president with regard to Georgia’s state interests."

"I have always said and now I repeat that I am ready for rational dialogue with the Russian president, and I think that it is possible to discuss solutions to vital problems accumulated in the relations between the two countries through this dialogue," the president said.

2018.05.16 / 15:55
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