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Tbilisi addressed the world to protect Georgian sailors2009-09-03 11:10
Official Tbilisi will turn to international organizations in case any actions from the side of Abkhaz authorities will be taken against Georgian sailors, RIA Novosti reports citing to Vice PM, State Minister for Reintegration Temur Iakobashvili's statement.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"In case of actions against our sailors we'll turn to international organisations and take all the measures", Iakobashvili said commenting Abkhazian leader's promise to sink Georgian ships appearing in Abkhazian territory.
Previously Georgia Times reported that Sergey Bagapsh, the leader of Abkhazia, ordered the Abkhaz Navy to destroy Georgian ships in case they violate Abkhazian sea border.
"I ordered our navy to destroy Georgian ships violating the border of Abkhazia. This step is caused by continuing acts of piracy from the Georgian side", he said yesterday.
Commenting the statement David Darchiashvili, the head of the parliamentary Committee for European Integration, said that "contents of Bagaph's statement is definitely of criminal character".
"He threats Georgia and in this way threats the legitimate legislation of the country, in accordance with which territorial waters must be guarded as well as ground border. This statement requires reaction both of law enforcement structures and world community", the MP stated.