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TBILISI, November 7 (Itar-Tass) — Georgia will be unable to tackle its major problems without settling its relations with Russia, Georgia’s ex-president Eduard Shevardnadze said on Monday.
“The settlement of relations with Russia is vitally important for Georgia,” he told reporters.
Many oppositional parties also express the need for normalization of Georgia’s relations with Russia. Some of them propose to bring relations back to normal through a direct dialogue, while others – through international organizations and leading countries of the world.