Director of Noravank scientific-educational foundation says after coming to power Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili has been demonstrating a more realistic policy which is sharply perceived by Azerbaijan and Turkey.
"The 21st Century Centre, an Ankara-based think tank, believes that the process will lead to Georgia's entering into alliance with Armenia and Russian," said Gagik Harutyunyan.
The expert thinks that the improvement of relations between Georgia, Russia and Armenia will create serious obstacles for Azerbaijan and Turkey in implementing their plans in the region.
"If the Georgian-Abkhazian railway opens, it will strategically change the situation in the region. In this case we are dealing with an adequate person [Ivanishvili] who has a serious approach to the issue," he said.
While Gagik Harutyunyan stresses that Bidzina Ivanishvili longs to better Armenian-Georgian relations, he does not expect major changes for Georgian Armenians during his tenure of office.
At the same time, Mr Harutyunyan says Armenian-Georgian relations will be identified after the presidential election in Georgia.