President: Iranian President’s visit to Georgia not yet solved
Georgia, Tbilisi, May 26 / Trend, N.Kirtkhalia /
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili has denied information that the issue on Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's visit to Georgia has already been decided, although noted that the Prime Minister Nika Gilauri plans to pay a visit to Tehran to discuss economic issues.
"Iran's leader received an invitation four or five years ago. After it a lot has changed," Saakahsvili told journalists of several television companies May 25.
He said Georgia and Iran have agreed to abolish the visa regime that will attract more Iranian tourists to Georgia.
"Actually, we intensify trade relations. Regarding political relations, it depends on many international factors. In general, we do not want bad relations with anyone, we are not self-murderers and will do everything efficiently and correctly," Saakashvili said.