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Georgian speaker is indignant at David Wilshire’s actions2010-04-27 11:14
Chairman of the Georgian parliament David Bakradze expressed his indignation at the actions of one of the PACE Monitoring Committee members David Wilshire who met with the South-Ossetian Envoy Boris Chochiev at the SO Embassy in the context of his visit to Moscow, GeorgiaTimes correspondent in Tbilisi reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As has been stated by Bakradze during yesterday's session of the parliament office, Wilshire's position has become the reason for the heated debates at PACE meeting.
"This is shocking when a reporter holding the PACE mandate visits the so-called Tskhinval Embassy in Moscow, a structure that is recognized by neither the Council of Europe, nor the majority of states. This fact has already been responded to by the Georgian MFA. Our delegates' stand and the stand of many PACE delegates is quite strong, so long as these actions contradict the basic principles and standards of the international law", - Bakradze stated.
He underlined that a report made by a person like Wilshire cannot be unprejudiced and is going to give rise to many questions as to its neutrality and impartiality.