Russia will work to improve relations with Georgia after the election of Georgia’s new president, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin told journalists on Wednesday, TASS reports.
"We will see the election results and then we will work to improve our bilateral relations to the extent the Georgian side is ready for it," he said.
According to preliminary results, independent presidential candidate Salome Zurabishvili, who was supported by the ruling Georgian Dream Party and secured 38.64% of votes, won the October 28 election. She was followed by Grigol Vashadze of United National Movement and 10 ally organizations, who secured 37.74% of votes. They entered the second round that, according to the Central Election Commission, will be held not later than on December 2.