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Panjikidze: Kakhi Kaladze’s role in “Georgian Dream” will be increased
12:18 14.05.2012
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According to Maia Panjikidze, role of a footballer Kakhi Kaladze in “Georgian dream” is increased even more. Ivanishvili’s Spokesperson made statement about it today at the traditional briefing.

According to her, the footballer had no possibility to be actively involved in the work of “Georgian Dream” so far, as he was not in Georgia.  

“The information about Kaladze’s concrete role in “Georgian dream” will not be declared. He had an active role in the coalition from its establishment day and this role has even increased after he left football,” – Maia Panjikidze said.

We will recall you that Kakhi Kaladze has officially announced his retirement from football a couple days ago. 

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