Kakha Kaladze: What the opponents say about the government changes is of no essential importance, there is nothing good for them

What the opponents say about this fact [government changes] is of no essential importance. There is nothing good for them, - the Mayor of the capital, Secretary General of Georgian Dream, Kakha Kaladze told journalists.

According to him, the return of Bidzina Ivanishvili to politics is not beneficial for the opponents.

"What the opponents say about this fact [government changes] is of no essential importance. There is nothing good for them. It is not beneficial for them that Bidzina Ivanishvili returned to politics, and if Irakli Gharibashvili becomes the chairman of the party, this is also not beneficial for them, for the collective National Movement. Nor that Kobakhidze will be the PM.

I want to thank Gharibashvili for the work done, we went through a very difficult period, you remember the attacks, but with united efforts we managed to maintain peace, develop economy and receive status. Irakli Gharibashvili is not going anywhere, he will be in the party and we will start the 2024 election campaign with united efforts.

I want to wish success to Irakli Kobakhidze, he has a very big role in the structural formation and strengthening of the party. The fact that it is presented so strongly is a great merit of Kobakhidze. He creates a lot of energy in the team. Everything will be presented for the good of the country", Kaladze said.

When asked whether he expects a "surprise" from the President, that she may not sign Kobakhidze's appointment as PM, Kaladze says that he "doesn't expect it."

In addition, he spoke about the founder of Georgian Dre­am, Bidzina Ivanishvili and noted that he saw him a few days ago.

"There were meetings before the congress, the political council and Ivanishvili was also present. The last time I saw him was a few days ago", Kakha Kaladze said.

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