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Reportedly, Tina Kandelaki may become an ambassador of Georgia in Russia
12:23 10.10.2012
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Famous TV anchor Tina Kandelaki may become an ambassador of Georgia in Russia - the publication “Politrus” reports.  

According to the information of the publication, Kandelaki is one of the most real candidatures. Her appointment is lobbying influential figures in Russia, people close to Kremlin and the Chechnya president Ramas Kadirov. 

The coalition “Georgian dream” denies having negotiations with Kandelaki. According to the statement of Irakli Garibashvili, he found out about it from journalists. 

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