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Georgian authorities stated about impossibility of direct dialog with Russia2009-12-10 10:37
"We must conduct dialog with Russia only in international format, only with participation of international organisations", said Georgi Gabashvili, one of Georgian parliamentary majourity leaders in his interview to All News [Tbilisi newspaper] - The VZGLYAD.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He mentioned it's neded for "constant monitoring of agreements reached".
In his view, Russia doesn't implement the cease-fire agreement of August 12th 2008, "the cornerstone of dialog between Russia and Georgia".
"Visits from Georgia to Moscow of separate politicians or public figures won't change anything. Russia's strategy is weakening and desovereignisation of Georgia," he added.
Commenting the statements of Russian President Medvedev, made at the 4th Forum of European and Asian Media, held in Moscow, he said that "such talks are aimed at the split in Georgian society and growth of pro-Russian spirit - that's one more attempt to interfere in domestic political life of Georgia".
Medvedev spoke about necessity to maintain historical ties of Russian and Georgian peoples. He also mentioned he saw no special obstacles for opening of Verkhniy Lars checkpoint and resumption of direct flights between the countries. He also expressed hope that some day the visa regime between Russia and Georgia will be cancelled.