Georgian President Mikhael Saakashvili has deranged his visit to Moscow, Trend special correspondent in Tbilisi reports citing the head of the Georgian Presidents Administration, Giorgi Arveladze, as stating to a briefing.
During the CIS summit in Moscow Saakashvili was planning to meet with the Russian President Vladimir Putin. However, they cannot accord the meeting, which caused derangement of the visit to the Russian capital. Moscow
On 21 July Saakashvili was scheduled to meet with Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, though the Georgian leader has numerously stated the key objective of his visit was to meet with Putin.
The Georgian Foreign Ministry will make an official statement on the reasons of derangement later.