MOSCOW (RBC/Civil Georgia)–The Chair of Georgian Parliament Nino Burjanadze–held separate meetings in Moscow on Monday with Secretary of the Russian Security Council Igor Ivanov and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
Along with the bilateral ties–resolution of the South Ossetian and Abkhazian conflicts were discussed during talks between Burjanadze and Lavrov. In her talks with Ivanov–Burjanadze expressed readiness to develop "constructive dialogue" between the two countries–reported the Russian Foreign Ministry.
"There are particular agreemen’s; however–the difficulties in our relations still exist. I hope that further relations between our countries will proceed normally," Burjanadze told reporters–but stressed that double standards are applied to Georgia–in pointing to Russia’s struggle with separatists in Chechnya and its backing of Abkhaz and South Ossetian authorities.