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In Georgia, thousands of demonstrators have blocked main roads in the capital Tiblisi as part of the civil disobedience campaign organised by the opposition party.
The Georgian opposition blames President Mikheil Saakashvili for the conflict with Russia last August and wants him to step down.
Mr Saakashvili says he is open to dialogue with opposition leaders, but he has refused to resign.
"I think today part of the Georgian population raised their voices. We listened and we heard. I want therefore to respond," he said.
"I want to again reiterate our offer of a dialogue and I want to say that we mean it, this offer is real."