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Lavrov advises Georgia to care about Armenians and Azerbaijanians2010-07-09 10:40
Foreign Minister of Russia, Sergey Lavrov, advised the Georgian administration to improve relations not only with South Ossetians and Abkhazians, but also other ethnic groups, living in the country - News.am.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Lavrov stated that Armenians and Azerbaijanians, residing in Georgian territory, feel discriminated, and the Council of Europe knows about it. According to the Minister, CE experts visited Georgia and registered rough violations of national minorities.
He noted the Georgian administration was given due instructions several times. Lavrov expressed hope that sooner or later the Georgian people, via democratic procedures, would lead in the office statesmen who would think more about one of the core interests of the Georgian people - ability to live in peace and concord with neighbours.