Tbilisi demands more concessions from Russia
Manana Manjgaladze, the press speaker of the president of Georgia, called withdrawal of Russian troops from Perevi the 'first, though small step in the way to de-occupation of Georgia."
She proclaimed confidence that Russia's decision was done under pressure of world community -REGNUM.
"It was the first step in the way to de-occupation, and it was done under pressure of world community. The Georgian side hopes the pressure would be continued. For government and population of Georgia liberation of every patch, every meter of our land from occupants, but we don't forget that 20 per cent of Georgian territories remain occupied", the press speaker said and highlighted she hoped for full implementation of cease-fire agreement by Russia.
Georgia considers territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia occupied, whereas Russia recognized sovereignty of both after events of August 2008, and signed agreements on deployment of military bases in their territories.
At the recent round of Geneva Talks Grigori Karasin, the deputy Foreign Minister of Russia, announced on movement of the roadblock from Perevi. Previously it was located near the South Ossetian border, at the disputed territory.
According to Georgian mass media, EU monitors has already entered Perevi, where the Russian roadblock was disbanded.