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Georgia repeatedly calls for police force deployment in Abkhazia and South Ossetia2009-07-09 12:04
Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs repeats the necessity to deploy international police force in Abkhazia and South Ossetia in order to avoid possible provocations.gt-en-newsitem-inside
This was the Foreign Ministry's comment on yesterday's statement made by Abkhaz FM asserting that Georgia had resumed flights of pilotless drones over the territory of Abkhazia, RIA Novosti reports.
As Georgia Times reported earlier the statement of the Abkhaz Foreign Ministry was posted on the Ministry's site on Wednesday.
According to Sukhum in the past Georgian pilotless aircrafts were used for reconnaissance flights aimed at preparation for a military operation.
Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs considers this statement "disinformation aimed at disorientation of the world community".
Therefore Tbilisi highlights that "it is becoming still more urgent to deploy an international mission endowed with strong monitoring and police functions in the territories of Georgia in order to secure transparency and prevent possible provocations".