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Kosachyov: PACE is unlikely to make “destructive” decision2009-09-28 12:23
According to Konstantin Kosachyov, the chairman of the State Duma Committee for International Affairs, in case PACE makes a decision to revise Russia's authority in the organization, it will be "a defeat of the Assembly itself" - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The Georgian side understands the vulnerability of its position and is definitely afraid of publication of the results by the EU commission on investigation events in South Caucasus" he said. In his view, it explains Georgia's attempts "to push through PACE, the last European structure with overt anti-Russian position in the issue, some sanctions in regard to Russia".
According to Kosachyov's data, currently no more than one fourth of PACE members stick to the Georgian point of view, and in case the voting will take place in relatively representative composition, "the provocation will be failed".
The diplomat promised thee Russian delegation will fully participate in discussion. "We do not run from the dialog and are not afraid of the dialog. Concerning our authorities, we won't let ourselves be dragged into endless discussion of what to do with the Russian delegation in PACE, as our opponents try".