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Temporary Parliamentary Committee for Study of Events on August 2008 presents its report in ten days2008-12-12 09:20
The Parliamentary Committee for Study of Events on August 2008 intends to publish its final report in 10 days, said Paata Davitaya, the Chairman, on December , 11th , Nasha Abkhazia (Our Abkhazia) informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The report is expected to be long and will touch upon not only the events of August 2008, but the situation in the Caucasus since March 2008, Davitaya said.
According to Davitaya, data spread by Russian mass media, as well as expert conclusions will find their reflection in the report.
The Committee met on December, 11th at 2 a.m. (local time).
At this meeting the information gathered from high-ranking persons' hearings was analyzed.
The Committee listened to 22 officials, including Mikhail Saakashvili, Georgian President, and David Bakradze, the Speaker of Georgian Parliament.