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16 February 2010 [18:45] - Today.Az
A group of Georgian opposition members plan to trip to Russian for negotiations with authorities and opposition.
The trip can take place in March.
Organisation issues are being discussed at the moment.
Zurab Noghaideli, ex-Prime Minister of Georgia, leader of Movement for Just Georgia, has visited Moscow 5 times since autumn 2009.
He has signed an agreement on cooperation with the ruling United Russia party.
One of the opposition members, willing to head for Moscow, is Koba Davitashvili, the leader of People's Party.