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TBILISI, March 19. /ITAR-TASS/. Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili said Georgia sought to establish a rational peaceful dialogue with Russia.
“We want all problems with Russia to be solved on the basis of international law, by diplomatic means and talks,” Margvelashvili said on Wednesday.
“Tbilisi’s position remains unchanged. Georgia seeks to speak the diplomatic language with Russia,” the Georgian president said, adding “With our allies we’re trying to maintain a rational peaceful dialogue with Russia.”
“This is the strategic path of the West, the EU and the USA. We are part of the coalition,” he said.