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Sokhumi: Georgia planned a military operation against Abkhazia as well2009-09-22 18:40
The parliament of Abkhazia agrees with the assessment of the EU independent commission on the reasons of the August 2008 conflict, mentioned yesterday in SPIEGEL.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Only the blind couldn't see or the deaf couldn't hear that it was Georgia who started war against South Ossetia in August 2008", said Speaker Nugzar Ashba, commenting the publication.
According to the Speaker, he has materials proving that after the operation in South Ossetia Georgia was ready to conduct the one against Abkhazia as well - Interfax.
"The fact that Georgia started this war is undoubted. As for the guilt of Russia the magazine's publication says, Abkhazia believes there is no guilt of Russia; besides, it defended two smaller peoples from extermination", the Speaker explained.
He added that the commission, headed by the UN Secretary General's representative Heidi Tagliavini as a head, conducted "great and serious work". He explained that the Abkhazian side initially didn't trust that commission, as well as other international organs "because in result of incidents investigation the conclusions were often drawn to Tbilisi's favor, and always others, but not Georgia, were to blame".
Previously Georgia Times reported that, according to messages in SPIEGEL, the independent commission appointed by the European Union to investigate the war between Georgia and Russia last summer came to conclusion that Tbilisi is responsible for causing the five-day conflict -.
At the same time, according to diplomats in Brussels, the EU experts impose part of responsibility on Russia. SPIEGEL states that Heidi Tagliavini intends to adjourn the publication of the report to the next week to let Ban Ki-moon, the UN Secretary General, to read it.