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Georgia will not politisize the incident with monitors in Kishinev2009-07-29 17:56
The Georgian side will not "deeply politicize" the incident with monitors who were to observe elections in Moldavia, but were detained in Kishinev airport due to absence of accreditation.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The announcement was made by Irakli Kavtaradze, said the deputy chairman of the parliamentary committee, after the report by deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalanadze - RIA Novosti.
"It was not the act directed against citizens of Georgia. Citizens of other countries were detained. Proceeding from that we do not intend politicize that issue deeply, though we must mention that the Foreign Ministry must surely defend interests of every citizen of Georgia, as it happened in Moldova", Kavtaradze said.
Nino Kalanadze added that the official Tbilisi intends to send a note requesting for explanation, and also mentioned that Moldova's actions were not directed against exactly Georgia.
Just Elections head, Eka Siradze stated that Georgia may sue the authorities of Moldova over the detention and expulsion of the monitors.