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President worked in his own vineyard in Kvareli
15:18 18.06.2012
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Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili was in Kvareli today at his house, where he carried out some works in his vineyard together with neighbors.

According to Mikheil Saakashvili, Kakheti has a good harvest this year, but it cannot exceed the previous year.

The president used new devices in his vineyard. He said many new techniques became available, with a help of which work in villages are simplified and productivity increasing.

The president said that he will gather the harvest in the vineyard also with people.

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