Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili in the Crimea met with President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko. The meeting took place back on July 9, but the issue has become known until Tuesday.
As theand TV "Imedi", the presidents discussed bilateral political and economic relations.
Saakashvili and Lukashenko noted with satisfaction the deepening of relations at the level of social groups, especially at the youth level and between business groups.
Tbilisi believes that after break in diplomatic relations with the West is the beginning of a new stage in the relations with the CIS countries, which are under pressure from Russia, the Georgia-Online.
After the "Rose Revolution" in 2003 the new government of Georgia has repeatedly criticized Belarus and its leader for the shortcomings in democratic development.
However, after the Georgian-Russian war 2008 and the non-recognition by Belarus of Abkhazia and South Ossetia has been a positive trend in bilateral relations.