Grigory Karasin, Russian member of the Federation Council and the ex-deputy Foreign Minister said that like Sergei Lavrov, he believes that Russian-Georgian neighborly relations will restore.
“Like the Minister, I also believe this. These days are not too far ahead. I have also said, these overarching emotions, incomprehensible aggressive statements lead us into a deadlock, which is harmful to these processes. If we can avoid these high-temperature interactions, then normal and neighborly relations can have a new impulse. And we are working on these issues”, - said Karasin in his interview to Sputnik.
Tomorrow, November, 28, Grigory Karasin will meet with a specially appointed representative of the Georgian PM, Zurab Abashidze, in Prague. They will discuss humanitarian and economic issues at the meeting.