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Georgian Parliament to discuss Olympics in Sochi2009-10-21 11:00
The parliamentary committees for foreign relations, for territorial integrity restoration, and for relations with compatriots residing abroad today will conduct a joint sitting.gt-en-newsitem-inside
MPs will discuss the issues of declaring boycott to Sochi-2014 Olympics and taking measures on prevention of the sports event from taking place.
According to Akaki Minashvili, the chairman of the committee for foreign relations, the Olympics symbolize peace, and therefore can't be held in the territory of the aggressor country.
He explained that in 1980 the West boycotted the Olympics in Moscow, and the Parliament of Georgia will consider the measures to let the wide boycott of Sochi-2014 Olympics.