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USA: Moscow should bear responsibility for its actions2008-11-26 11:51
Washington called its European allies to postpone regulating relationships with Moscow, and reminded that Russia didn't meet its obligations on withdrawal of all army units from Georgian territory, Gruzia Omline (Georgia Online) informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We don't want it. We want Moscow to bear responsibility for its actions", - said the US State Secretary advisor, Matthew Brise, in the interview to Reuters.
"As they establish relationships with Russia, European countries must not forget that Moscow doesn't meet the most important point of the cease-fire agreement with Georgia", the diplomat mentioned.
As the US State Department representative reminded, in accordance with the reached agreement, Russia must withdraw all its units to the positions they were located at before the events of August 2008, and let international humanitarian organizations work in conflict areas.
According to Brise, a number of European USA partners are ready to return the semblance of normal relationships.
The diplomat pointed out that the resumption of joint NATO-Russian maneuvers was out of question - until Russia met its obligations completely.