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Georgia is unimportant for Moscow and London2010-10-14 10:48
Issues concerning situation in Georgia, were in the focus of the discussion at the meeting of Sergey Lavrov and William Hague, the Foreign Ministers of Russia and the UK respectively.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At the following press conference both Ministers stated that contradictions around Georgia are not of principle importance for relations of both countries. "Our countries have had some serious differences in the past," he said at a news conference. "We should be able to acknowledge that differences remain and apply our minds to them, patiently, through dialogue and diplomacy." - Telegraph.co.uk.
Lavrov, in his turn, added there are no insuperable contradictions concerning Georgia as well, and expressed interest in discussion of all issues without exceptions.
London believes that implementation of Medvedev-Sarkozy plan by the Russian side implies withdrawing Russian forces from Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Moscow says the Russian troops are deployed there by agreements between Moscow, Sokhumi, and Tskhinval.