Georgian ex-President Eduard Shevardnadze does not have clear plans so far, said Kakha Imnadze, his former press secretary, in an interview with RIA Novosti.
On Wednesday, Imadze resigned.
"Shevardnadze has not yet decided what he will do after leaving the presidential post. At the present time he meet with foreign reporters and give interviews," said Imnadze. "Until everything settles down, it is difficult to say what he will do in the future." Maybe in a week or in ten days, things will possibly become clearer, supposed Imnadze.
Shevardnadze does not intend to leave Georgia, he said.
Answering the question whether Shevardnadze intends to write memoirs, Imnadze said: "The first part of his memoirs is ready, but, taking into consideration the latest events, the ex-President intends to make some corrections in them."
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