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22 August 2019


Georgia’s opposition party leader, Russian senator hold talks

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Georgy Lomiya, leader of the opposition political party ‘Alliance of Patriots of Georgia,’ and Konstantin Kosachev, chair of Russia’s Federation Council foreign affairs committee, looked for solutions to the current crisis in the two countries’ relations at their meeting.

Axar.az reports citing Russian media.

"We discussed some options to resolve the crisis," the lawmaker told reporters on Monday. "We will not be making public any details as those opposing friendly relations with Russia will do their best to derail these plans."

"Of course, we discussed the issue among others," he added when asked whether the resumption of flights was on the table of the talks.

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2019.07.15 / 22:34
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