Georgia, Tbilisi, Jan. 28 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
Georgia's foreign policy must serve only the national interests, Conservative Party leader
Kakha Kukava said.
Based on the current situation, we act on the basis of the agreement, which Georgia drawn up with one country, Kukava said.
First we must work over the return of
Abkhazia and South Ossetia but returning lost markets is the second plan question, Kukava said.
"Based on experts, the lost markets had no alternative. Georgia must resolve this issue to approach the GDP of neighboring countries," Kukava said
"Georgia did not swear allegiance to any international organization, including NATO, and if their views are contrary to Georgia's interests, we should abandon them," Kukava added
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