Georgian FM: Egyptian authorities have same development plan as Georgia after Rose Revolution
Georgia, Tbilisi, March 2 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Egypt's new political leadership has a plan to withdraw the country from the political crisis after President Mubarak's resignation, like Georgia did after the Rose Revolution, Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze, who is on an official visit to Egypt upo the invitation of the country's authorities, told journalists.
Vashadze discussed Egypt's subsequent steps after the revolution with Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa.
"The plan that the Egyptian authorities have almost 100 percent coincides with the plan that the Georgian leadership had after the Rose Revolution in 2003," Vashadze said. He stressed that during the meeting an agreement was reached on Vashadze's address at the ministerial of the Arab League in September this year.
"For Georgia, it is important to know what's happening in the Arab world and what policy the political elite intends to pursue in order to establish our relations with the Arab world on strong foundations," Vashadze said.