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by Marianna Mkrtchyan
Giorgy Margvelashvili's election as President has ended the cohabitation of different political forces in Georgia, political expert, Director of
the Caucasus Institute Alexander Iskandaryan told journalists on Wednesday.
"Psychologically Margvelashvili was elected not because he is a charismatic personality but because he is associated with Birdzina Ivanishvili and his Georgian Dream party," Iskandaryan said.
He believes that Margvelashvili will seek association with the European Union but will also try to normalize relations with Russia and, in this context, with Armenia, who can help him in the matter.
"So, Margvelashvili's election is a good chance for Armenia to deepen its relations with Georgia," Iskandaryan said.