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Russia demands of other countries to stop selling weapons to Georgia2008-11-01 17:53
Russia intends to demand of other countries to stop selling offensive weapon to Saakashvili regime, stated Sergey Lavrov, the Foreign Affairs Minister of Russia, today.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We'll demand of other countries to stop sales of weapon, in the first line, offensive weapon, to the present-day Tbilisi regime, - he underlined. - We know perfectly well how does this regime uses it. There're lots of examples. That's the most important thing for us now", ITAR-TASS quotes the Minister.
"We are not experienced in backstage talks about influencing this or that decision, - said Lavrov as he answered the question about possible recognition of South Ossetia and Abkhasia by other states. - Our only concern is make sure that everyone obeyed international law".
"As for South Ossetia and Abkhasia, we insist on the basic legal proposition - on the non-use of force to solve problems", - he said.
"But force was used at night of August, 7th , and we'll demand firmly of everyone communicating to the present Tbilisi regime not to repeat this use., - underlined the Minister. - The EU is a guarantor of the non-use of force against Abkhasia and South Ossetia. We'll demand of other countries to stop sales of weapon, in the first line, offensive weapon, to the present-day Tbilisi regime. ".