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TBILISI, October 25 (Itar-Tass) — Georgia “will launch the dialogue with Russia to overcome gradually the current bilateral crisis,” candidate for Georgian premiership Bidzina Ivanishvili said at a parliamentary meeting in Kutaisi on Thursday. He laid down the main provisions of the program for the activities of a new Georgian government in the parliament.
“Georgia will launch the dialogue with Russia with the use of international mechanisms that will promote the process to gradually overcome the current crisis between the countries,” he said. “We will launch negotiations with Russia to restore and develop economic and cultural relations with the support of the international community” at the first stage, Ivanishvili said.