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Georgian parliament to present an address in follow up to Medvedev’s visit to Tskhinval2009-07-15 15:06
At the extraordinary session of the Georgian parliament a special address to the international community in follow up to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's visit to Tskhinval will be adopted today.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In the statement the Georgian side is going to urge the international community to put political pressure on Russian leaders in order to force them "to de-occupy Georgian territories and criticize Russian President's actions".
As Akaky Minashvili, head of parliamentary committee on foreign relations, told the journalists the draft was ready and needed minor amendments to be presented for parliamentary discussion, News Georgia reports.
"This will be an address to parliaments of our allies, to international organizations which will give a negative evaluation of Russian President's visit to Tskhinval that was not coordinated with Georgian leaders, without a Georgian visa", - Minashvili said.
"Medvedev's visit to Tskhinval is an act of further annexation of Georgian territories, and our partners must be highly critical of it, - the committee chairman added.
The address will be referred to all chairmen of parliaments of Georgian allies as well as the UN and USA governments.