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TBILISI, May 26. /ITAR-TASS/. Georgian Prime Minister Irakly Garibashvili has advised Ukraine’s future president to keep at length (former Georgian president) Mikheil Saakashvili.
“My first advice to the new president of Ukraine will be to keep Saakashvili at length,” he told reporters in Tbilisi on Monday in comments on reports by some Ukrainian media outlets saying Saakashviil could join the team of Petro Poroshenko, the front-runner in the presidential election, as an adviser.
Speaking about the Sunday elections, the Georgian prime minister wished the Ukrainian people “peace and stability in the country”.
“We have heard the first assessments of the elections, saying they proceeded in a peaceful atmosphere. Now I wish the Ukrainian people peace and stability in the country,” Garibashvili said.