Georgian President Secondly Makes Oath on Constitution
Georgia, Tbilisi, 20 January / Тrend corr N. Kirtskhalia / Mikhail Saakashvili, who was secondly elected the President of Georgia made oath on the Georgian Constitution in front of the Georgian Parliament on 20 January.
"I, the President of Georgia, make an oath to the God and the nation to protect the Constitution of Georgia, Georgia's unity and indivisibility. I will provide security of the Georgian nation and will care about its progress. I will completely fulfil my presidential obligations," he said.
During six minutes Saakashvili was going to the rostrum to make the presidential oath. He greeted his supporters in the square.
The Georgian acting President Nino Burjanadze was the first to congratulate the President. She wished him to restore the integrity of the country and to promote the country's development.
Several thousands people, MPs, governmental figures, members of the Government, guests and service men gathered in the square in front of the Parliament. The Presidents of Poland, Romania, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, as well as governmental delegations from 17 countries, were in attendance.