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Foreign Minister of Georgia didn’t apologize for extraditing Iranian citizen2010-01-21 12:59
According to the Ministry, on 18 January 2010, Grigol Vashadze, the Foreign Minister of Georgia, paid an official visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran, and held meetings with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran Manouchehr Mottaki, Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council Saeed Jalili, chairman of the Iranian Parliament-Majlis Ali Larijani and President of the Islamic Republic of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
The negations focused on the issues of regional security, with emphasis on the necessity of cooperation between the two countries towards ensuring peace and stability in the region.
At the press conference, when asked how Georgia assesses the situation around Iran's nuclear program, Minister Vashadze said this problem should be solved through diplomatic negotiations that come in the interests of all countries, including Georgia.
"As for the information posted in Tehran Times that the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia allegedly apologized for transferring a citizen of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United States, it does not conform to reality," the statement states.