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Georgia sent official letter to ICAO head2009-12-02 11:05
Georgia sent a letter to the head of the International Civil Aviation Organisation. In this document it reported about the "numerous facts of Russia's violating the air space of Georgia".gt-en-newsitem-inside
The letter also mentions the allegedly illegal actions of the Russian aviation in Abkhazia. Georgia demands from ICAO severe reaction on the described violations and expresses hope the organisation will demand Russia's following the international conventions in the sphere of civil aviation.
Previously Vice Speaker Paata Davitaya demanded the government of Georgia to take urgent measures to prevent the start of air connection between Abkhazia and Russia.
"Abkhazia and Russia are going to sign an agreement, basing on which they'll be able to start direct air connection between Moscow and Sokhumi," he said and demanded the government to send the letter to ICAO and demand imposing sanctions on the companies serving which will serve the flight.
On November 26th messages came that the Ministry of Transportation of Russia will negotiate with Abkhazian government, and sign the inter-governmental agreement in the sphere of air transportation.