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Lavrov: now we will have something to do at another round of Genovese consultations2008-11-24 10:39
According to RIA-Novosti, Sergey Lavrov, Russian Foreign Affairs Minister, called the statements on incident with the Presidents of Georgia and Poland on South Ossetian border a provocation.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Earlier Polish administration stated that the motorcade with the Presidents came under fire on South Ossetian border on Sunday. "That's a provocation of the first water ", - said Lavrov to journalists. According to him, such things had happened before; Georgian administration organized such incidents and then blamed Russia and South Ossetia.
According to the Minister, the same occurred, when the statements of a bomb dropped on Georgia on August, 2007, appeared. "When the President is invited to some festival in Tbilisi, and then he is driven to another state, isn't it a provocation? There were no fire neither from our, nor from South Ossetian positions ", - Lavrov said.
According to the Minister, "now we will have something to do at another round of Genovese consultations". Lavrov reminded that the core of agenda of Genovese discussions was the security issue, undermined with such provocations. In his view, if the participants of these discussions are really intended to achieve stabilization in sphere of security in Caucus, such provocations should be avoided. "And if there is a wish to fail the discussions, further provocations like this one, can do that ", - said the Minister.