Georiga, Tbilisi, Oct. 17 /Trend N.Kirtskhalia/
The agreement signed with the Russian Inter RAO UES company on the management of the Inguri hydropower station will be reconsidered, the Georgian candidate for energy minister Kakha Kaladze told journalists on Wednesday.
"The agreement will be reconsidered. There are many issues regarding the Inguri hydropower station. It's known that the turbines are under the control of Abkhazians. This is why we cannot function without them and they cannot function without us," Kaladze noted.
The memorandum of mutual understanding between Inter RAO UES and the Georgian Energy Ministry is a secret document. Meanwhile, it is known that the memorandum is not fully operational as its signing was cancelled.
In the past the opposition blamed the government over conspiracy with Russia and a 'sale' of Georgian interests.
RAO UES owns a number of assets in Georgia, including a distribution network and the Telasi Company.
Parliamentary elections were held in Georgia on October 1. Around 14 parties and two political blocs participated in the elections.
According to full the preliminary data of the Georgian Central Election Commission, the Georgian Dream coalition will receive 85 seats in the parliament, and the United National Movement, 65.
The leader of the Georgian Dream coalition has introduced new candidates for ministerial posts in the new Georgian government.
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