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Georgian-Russian dossier wasn’t closed2010-06-24 10:36
According to Leonid Slutsky, the first deputy of the international committee of the State Duma [lower chamber of Russian parliament], PACE Monitoring Commisison failed to close the Georgian-Russian dossier - Kommersant.gt-en-newsitem-inside
16 votes were for, 16 - against, he explained and added the issue will be considered in autumn session.
Slutsky highlighted the Georgian delegation left the sitting as a protest against the very raising of the issue.
"Russian delegation hails and is ready for cooperation with delegation of Georgia in Strabour, especially in humanitarian aspect," he added.
Previously Konstantin Kosachyov, the head of the international commission of the State Duma claimed the dossier would be closed at PACE summer session.
According to Kosachyov, there are two approaches to the issue of discussion of Russian-Georgian relations after August 2008 conflict. The first: discussion at every session and making reports and resolutions. The second: understanding the discsussin should be finished and separate reports on relations of Moscow and Tbilisi. The latter is getting even more support, the diplomat added.