Irakli Chubinishvili

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Irakli Chubinishvili (Irakli Chubini) is a former Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Georgia to the Russian Federation.[1]

Previously a member of Zurab Zhvania's United Democrats Party, in February 2004, he was appointed by Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili to the position of Chief of his administration.[2] On 20 April 2005, the Georgian parliament approved the nomination of Chubinishvili to the post of ambassador of Georgia to Russia,[3] a post he held until his resignation in January 2008.[4] His replacement to the post in Moscow is Erosi Kitsmarishvili. After resignation Irakli Chubinishvili has moved to the United Kingdom and is involved in the private business consultancy.[5]

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