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NATO’s position as to South-Ossetian conflict remains unaltered2009-11-24 17:41
All members of NATO keep supporting Georgia's territorial integrity and the Alliance's position in respect of the South-Ossetian conflict remains unaltered. This was stated today by Spokesman of the North-Atlantic Bloc James Appathurai.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"NATO members' position regarding the conflict between Russia and Georgia remains unaltered. Members of the Alliance unanimously support Georgia's inseparability and territorial integrity. We in no way accept and follow the recognition of the two republics, South Ossetia and Abkhazia. We would prefer the full execution of the agreements achieved between Presidents (Dmitriy) Medvedev and (Nicolas) Sarkozy", - Appathurai stated during the video press-conference at RIA Novosti.
At the same time, he underlined that no one in NATO would like the discrepancies on the Georgian issue between the Bloc and Russia to hinder the Alliance's cooperation with Moscow.