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Georgian Foreign Ministry is advised to conduct an info war more actively2008-11-18 17:05
On today’s meeting of the Georgian Parliament Georgy Targamadze, the leader of Georgian parliamentary minority, criticized work of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
According to Targamadze, the reputation of Georgia in the world «is deteriorating every day », the Ministry remains extremely passive, Novosti Gruzii (News of Georgia) informs.
«With such a background, the certain passiveness of our foreign-policy office, that became evident in recent period, remains incomprehensible. One of the basic aspects of war against Georgia is the info war. During the events in Tskhinval and about one month after, Georgia was defeating Russia in the info war. In recent two weeks the tendency for the ratio change has appeared and, unfortunately, there has been no active steps from our side », - Targamadze stated.
In his turn, Pavle Kublashvili, the chairman of the Parliamentary Committee for Legal Issues again stated that international investigation of the events in Caucus was necessary.
«Despite the way Russia claims that escalation of the conflict occurred for some other reasons bur their aggressive actions, the main question, that hasn’t already found its answer is: why don’t they agree for the format of international investigation we have been demanding for several months », - he noticed.
«This format of investigation could possibly answered all the questions, and there would be no insinuations in connection with escalation of the conflict – neither in international press nor in conclusions of various agencies », - Kublashvili summed up.