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Georgia isn’t going to normalize relations with Abkhasia and South Ossetia peacefully2008-10-28 17:10
I.A. Foreign Minister, Murat Dzhioyev, believes that Georgia is still not going to normalize relations with South Ossetia and Abkhasia through political measures. "If Georgia claims that they are not going to take part in discussions in Geneve on November 18th, with the participation of Abkhasian and South Ossetian delegations, the question arises: who they are going to talk to about normalizing relationships? That's another proof that Georgia isn't going to normalize relationships with their neighbours peacefully ever further, the evidence was the aggression against South Ossetia in August", - Interfax quotes Dzhioyev.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He added that South Ossetia and Abkhasia, in their turn, showed their readiness for discussions concerning security of conflict area. He underlined that South Ossetia and Abkhasia are independent states and must have certain rights in discussions. "We cannot and we won't participate as the members of some another delegation, and it's the right of Georgia to decide, whether they participate in discussions or not. But the Russian Federation makes great effort to let all the sides of the conflict discuss the ways of regulation, having equal rigfhts", - said the interlocutor of the agency.
Dzhioyev also underlined that in the negotiations on settlement of Georgian-Ossetian conflict, conducted since 1994 года, South Ossetia had equal rights of the process, and now Georgia wants them to be unequal, and, sure, it's unacceptable for both republics.