Kaladze tells Russian companies too can do business in Georgia
 Tbilisi 15:08 - 30.08.16 «GHN»
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Kakhi Kaladze, vice-Prime Minister declared,  the information that was disseminated in connection with travelling  maps of Yandex taxi drivers (where  occupied territories are marked  as independent states) categorically unacceptable is.

In this respect he underlined that Russian companies too can do business in Georgia, but they may face political problems.

"I know many Russian companies operating in Georgia for several years, but would be inappropriate to hinder them, in terms of doing  business. Any company can do business in Georgia, but if this will not be exploited for malicious purposes."

He underlined once again that a main purpose of the government of today is an European way and aspiration to EU institutions. In no event, GD-DG government will not recede in this view. Kaladze also  tells that with Russia too, we have to build relations anew, and all steps of the government are directed to the main aim to become a member of one big European family. This is a choice of Georgian people, he tells. But the relations with Russia must not be reestablished "at expense of our territories, no compromises will be made  in this respect" - he tells.

He welcomes the fact that Georgian goods are accepted at Russian market, but still "we have problems in political sense," - Kaladze tells.


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