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Georgian MPs have different interpretations of the U.S. State Department statement2010-05-05 10:05
Georgian parliamentarians have different interpretations of the U.S. State Department statement, urging Americans to abstain from travels to Abkhazia and South Ossetia - territories, which Tbilisi calls own but occupied - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Parliamentary majourity calls the statement a "routine document", whereas opposition says for Americans Georgia is still a conflict area.
"This U.S. Department of State statement means America sees certain threats in Georgia," said Georgi Targamadze, the leader of pro-opposition Christian-Democrats fraction.
Yet he believes the statement was issues in the light of the parade on May 6th in Georgia. He said law enforcement structures have nothing to celebrate and no money should be spent on celebrations.
Georgi Kandelaki, the representative of the parliamentary majourity, in his turn, said "the USA warns its citizens about any demonstrations and this warning is routine."