Georgian President suggests PM to meet on Monday
President Saakashvili suggested Prime Minister Ivanishvili to hold a meeting on Monday (March 4), the spokesperson of the president said.
The President offers to hold a meeting on Monday morning; the President reiterates that he’s ready to meet the Prime Minister wherever the latter wants,” Manjgaladze said. “It was the President’s initiative to hold the meeting and blaming the President for thwarting the meeting is completely incomprehensible. The President plans number of important foreign trips, but he is always ready to constructively and actively contribute to developments in Georgia… It is in the President’s interest next week to start with constructive dialogue and agreement. Lots of issues have been accumulated and it is the obligation of the President and the Prime Minister to do everything in order to diffuse misunderstandings", she said.
President and Prime Minister of Georgia had planned to meet today; however, the meeting was postponed on the president`s decision. Prime Minister announced before the beginning of the government session today that president changed his plans due to his visit abroad.
`I had to meet with Saakashvili today but he changed his mind,` Prime Minister said.
Chairperson of the parliament Davit Usupashvili has made definitions about the failed meeting. He said the president expressed his readiness to meet with Prime Minister after the latter sent an open letter to Saakashvili intending to discuss all topical issues. After that there was a communication between them including via diplomatic channels.
`Prime Minister said he was ready to meet today fro 3 to 6 p.m. any time and the issue was discussed beforehands, but last night I was informed that president could not hold any meeting this week due to other important business and he even might not be in the country,` Usupashvili defined.