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Georgian President once again accuses opposition of treason

10 March 2010 [11:23] - TODAY.AZ
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili considers some opposition members' contacts with Russia a betrayal of national interests of the country.
"There are people in Georgia whose hatred to the authorities transformed into hatred to own people; and these are ready, as in 1921, yield Georgia to Russia," he said at the ceremony of opening a Georgian-Turkish school.

He mentioned that Georgia can live without Russia and become a part of Europe.

Zurab Noghaideli, the ex-PM, Movement for Just Georgia leader, again headed for Moscow on March 9.

He will conduct a number of meetings and negotiations of the most important issues.

Last week ex-Speaker, one of the opposition leaders, Nino Burjanadze, visited the Russian capital and was received by PM Vladimir Putin.

/Georgia Times/

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