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Saakashvili named the conditions to start dialog with Russia2010-06-30 11:43
Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, claims ready to start dialog with Russia as soon as Russian troops are withdrawn from the territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At yesterday's sitting of the National Security Council he said that "with support of the international community Russia will sooner or later have to draw its troops from the conflict areas," he said.
"Previously many looked at the word "occupation" skeptically, but when it's registered at President Obama level, it calls forth a new reality...There are no permanent occupation, and the occupant sooner or later have to leave the occupied territories," Saakashvili noted.
The Georgian leader considers very important the fact the word "occupation" is used at the top level and official documents, in particular, the official comment of the White House, spread after the meeting of the U.S. and Russian Presidents in Washington.
Saakashvili claimed the government of Georgia would be ready to dialog with Russia "on condition of de-occupation of Georgia and return of 500 000 refugees, representatives of various ethnic groups of Georgia, to their houses."