Georgia claims it has no plans to derange Olympics-2014
A special committee to monitor Olympics -2014 issues is established in Georgia - GHN.
The primary aim of the new committee is to make Russia comply with all demands of IOC, Giorgi Asanidze, the chairman of parliamentary committee on spots and youth affairs.
"Our aim isn't the frustration of Olympics. We want Russia to comply with all international obligations, and avoid taking inert materials from our occupied territories, and safety measures were taken," Asanidze said.
He said the data of creating the committee remains unknown.
Previously Shota Malashkhia, the chairman of the parliamentarian committee for territorial integrity restoration, said: "We don't talk directly about the boycott of the Olympics, but point art violations of the charter in various parameters. First we'll propose IOC to address Russia to correct the situation. Firstly, it must concern the return of Abkhazia under Georgia's jurisdiction and withdrawal of Russian military from Abkhazia. Secondly, we must sort out ecologic affairs."