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Mikheil Saakashvili delivered a speech at Princeton University
10:02 18.05.2012
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Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili delivered a speech at Princeton University. 

At the University, the President spoke about the changes and reforms, which were carried out in the last 8 years in Georgia.

He drew attention to the consequences which Georgia has achieved in the fight against corruption. 

The first person of the state explained that the changes in the country were caused by the mental changes, which have formed in population towards structures. 

The public speech was initiated by students and it was attended by more than 200 of them. 

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