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Slovakia for involvement of NATO in “de-occupation” of Georgia theme2010-06-29 14:29
According to the office of Georgi Baramidze, the State Minister for Integration in European and Atlantic Structures, Slovakia is for activisation of NATO and EU countries in the issue of "de-occupation" of Georgia - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The official statement says that at the meeting of Baramidze and Miroslav Laichak, the Foreign Minister of Slovakia, the sides paid special attention to necessity of recognition of the Georgia's territory "occupation" and resting responsibility on Russia.
Previously Georgian mass media spread a message the White House issued a statement, calling on Russia to withdraw troops from Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Imedi TV channel voiced the statement saying the White House was working with Russian leaders to stop escalation of the conflict and highlights steps of trust of the sides - like opening Verkhniy Lars checkpoint and resumption of air connection.
Russia recognized independency of Abkhazia and South Ossetia in August 26th 2008. Prior to it Georgia drew troops in South Ossetia on August 8th 2008. In result of this military aggression the capital of South Ossetia, Tskhinval, was nearly fully ruined, over 200 civilians and peacekeepers were killed. In response Russia conducted a peace enforcement operation to protect Russian citizens.