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Georgian opposition suspects government of secret negotiations with Russia2010-03-23 12:43
Parliamentary opposition supposes the government of Georgia can hold secret negotiations with Russian government over the issue of admission in WTO. Suspicions were voiced by leader of parliamentary minority, Georgi Targamadze, at the plenary sitting - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He cited to the decision of opening communication between Russia and Georgia via Verkhniy Lars checkpoint and demanded the parliamentary Committee for Foreign Relations and the Foreign Ministry to provide explanations.
"I'd like to turn to the parliamentary committee and the Foreign Ministry with a question whether Georgian side conducts secret negotiations over the issue of Russia's admission to WTO," Targamadze claimed and reminded that it's inadmissible when Russia granted its international code to Sokhumi airport.
The Speaker replied there was no mystery about the opening of the checkpoint, and the issue had been discussed at the national Security Council. As for the code, Bakradze said a special hearing in the parliament will be held, Foreign Ministry representatives will be invited.