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I do not believe Tbilisi office of the US National Democratic Institute (NDI) too much, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Maia Panjikidze told journalists before the start of cabinet meeting on 8 May. She was commenting on the results of the public opinion poll conducted by the NDI.
Maia Panjikidze (Georgian: მაია ფანჯიკიძე) (born October 16, 1960) is a Georgian diplomat and politician. Formerly a teacher of German, she joined the Georgian diplomatic service in 1994 and was appointed as Minister of Foreign Affairs in the cabinet of Bidzina Ivanishvili on October 25, 2012. She resigned November 5, 2014 in protest of Irakli Alasania being relieved
On March 14, Alasania’s wife, Natia Panjikidze, the sister of ex-Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze, took Ivanishvili to task for what she sees as his role in the video-scandal. “I am really surprised that you attach so much importance to my role and that you believe that destroying my family would weaken Irakli [Alasania],” Panjikidze
If there is consensus on one thing in Georgia, it is the country’s pro-western course of European and trans-Atlantic integration, the Georgian foreign minister Maia Panjikidze told EURACTIV
Maia Panjikidze is a Georgian diplomat and politician. Formerly a teacher of German, she joined the Georgian diplomatic service in 1994 and was appointed as Minister of Foreign Affairs in the cabinet of Bidzina Ivanishvili on October 25, 2012. She resigned November 5, 2014 in protest of Irakli Alasania being relieved of his position as Minister of Defense.