Georgia, Tbilisi, 17 January / Trend corr. N.Kirtskhalia / "We must start a dialogue with all representatives of the Georgian community in order to improve the future of Georgia," Michael Saakashvili, the re-elected President of Georgia, stated.
Saakashvili visited Sozar Subari, the national ombudsman of Georgia in response to his open letter. Subari recognized the results of the presidential election held in Georgia and criticized the current critical situation of human rights in Georgia. "My presidency administration will be focused on the current problems and long-term existing issues," Saakashvili said. He added that he would like to leave the country with a strong legislation and protection of human beings once he completes his second presidential term.
"I am ready to cooperate with Subari and other public representatives," Saakashvili noted.