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TBILISI, November 1 (Itar-Tass) — The new Georgian authorities seek to improve predictable, pragmatic and good-neighbourly relations with Russia, the prime minister’s special representative for relations with Russia said.
Zurab Abashidze told journalists, “My pThe new Georgian authorities seek to improve predictable, pragmatic and good-neighbourly relations with Russiaosition proves Tbilisi’s readiness for a dialogue with Russia.”
“The normalisation of relations with Russia is very important for Georgia. We understand that this will be a non-easy and gradual process,” the special representative said.
According to Abashidze, “Georgia seeks to normalise relations with Russia and search for ways to coordinate actions aimed at fighting common challenges and threats jointly.”