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Georgia to present a report on August conflict2009-07-07 11:27
In the near future Georgian government will present a report on the August 2008 conflict in the Caucasus.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As Temur Yakobashvili, Vice Prime Minister and State Minister for Reintegration told RIA Novosti today "the government has formulated the report that will soon be presented to the people of the country. It is different from the statement made by the parliamentary commission on investigation of the August events. The report has a lot of extra materials including video footage. The whole conflict genesis is revealed".
Yakobashvili didn't name the exact date of report publication noting however that "all details of the document will be known when it is made public".
The parliamentary commission on investigation of the August events presented its 200-page statement late in 2008 placing all responsibility on Russia and accusing it of acts against Georgia's territorial integrity and sovereignty, military escalation and preliminary preparation of military intervention in Georgia over March-August 2008. The statement also contains evaluation of Georgian leaders' actions specifying mistakes that were made.