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Georgian President is ready to become an ambassador of peace in relations with the Russian Federation
The Georgian president said that she would be the first to call for a de-escalation of the conflict with Russia. Salome Zurabishvili is counting on easing tensions in relations between countries.
So the head of state reacted to the statement of Vladimir Putin about the reluctance impose sanctions in respect of Tbilisi. According to TASS, Zurabishvili added that Georgia will remain open to tourists from Russia.
Earlier it became known that the Russian leadership does not exclude the possibility cancel ban on direct flights between Georgia and Russia. The ban came into force with July 8. Getting from Russia to Georgia is possible only through neighboring states.
Tbilisi 20 June swept the protests. The rage of the radicals and oppositionists caused the act of the session participant - the State Duma deputy from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Sergey Gavrilov, who sat in the chair of the speaker during the opening session of the Georgian parliament.