The Georgian foreign minister flew over to Moscow from Munich, after attending an international security conference there.
Talking to reporters in Tbilisi the other day, President Mikhail Saakashvili of Georgia noted that he aimed to create positive trends for the subsequent development of bilateral relations during his Moscow visit. All problems, which have accumulated in our relations, can't be solved in a day, Saakashvili added. Still all we can do at this stage is start discussing these problems, the Georgian leader went on to say.
Previously, Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov noted that the new Georgian leadership's interest in normalizing relations with Russia matched Moscow's interests. This completely tallies with Russia's interests, as well, Ivanov stressed. We have always advocated the development of good-neighborly and mutually-advantageous relations with Georgia, Ivanov said in conclusion.