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Georgia called Russia an unreliable partner2009-12-29 13:06
Georgian Foreign Ministry again accused Russia in violation of cease-fire agreement signed on August 12th 2008.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Representatives of the Russian Federal Security Service barred a lorry of the UN WFP from entering the village of Perevi, Sachkhere district to provide the local population of about 1000 with basic food supplies (oil, flour, butter, etc)," - Press and Information department of the Ministry.
In the view of official Tbilisi, "Moscow still adheres to its tendency of politicizing humanitarian issues, in particular, by demanding from the international organizations accredited in Georgia to appeal to the Kremlin-controlled Tskhinvali proxy regime for permits to access the occupied territories."
The Georgian side expresses extreme anxiety over the events and claims it creates a direct threat to interests of local residents and violates fundamental human rights.
"Against the background of these and other analogous facts that have persistently been taking place for already a long time, Georgia and the international community become increasingly convinced that Russia is not is a position to act within the legal framework and is an absolutely unreliable partner," the statement says.