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PACE Refuses to Discuss Georgia’s Report on War In Caucasus2009-11-19 16:58
The Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly does not plan to discuss the report by the Georgian delegation on "the war between Russia and Georgia" at its winter session at the end of January 2010.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It was stated by Leonid Slutsky, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee for International Affairs after the PACE monitoring committee session, RIA Novosti reports.
The Russian delegation managed to break down the Georgian delegation's proposal of the report on "The War between Russia and Georgia" for PACE session in January and a document on progress of latest Resolution 1683 execution on the same case that annoys many PACE members", - he said.
Commenting on the discussion Slutsky pointed out that "we offered a comprehensive comment on all claims of the Georgian colleagues and all demands to Russia the resolution stipulates".
"The majority of members of the monitoring committee favored that, and there was no anti-Russian rhetoric as there used to be in this discussion", - the parliamentarian emphasized.
He concluded there is a tendency PACE "starts showing common sense on the Russian-Georgian case".