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Georgia to sign a non-aggression pact after Russia2010-11-30 13:55
According to Deputy Head of Georgian Foreign Ministry Nino Kalandadze, Tbilisi is ready to undertake the obligation on the non-use of force in the South Caucasus in case Russia takes a similar step, Rosbalt reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The peaceful initiative voiced by the Georgian president is a decision that is already legally valid, - she underlined. - From the European Parliament rostrum, President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili expressed his readiness to deliver this initiative in wrighting to the international community representatives".
Earlier, Head of the Abkhaz Foreign Ministry Sergey Shamba underlined that the Georgian party may document the Georgian president's initiative at the next round of negotiations to be held in Geneva.
Let us remind you that not so long ago, Mikheil Saakashvili stated that Georgia will never apply force to resume the "territorial integrity" but will retain the right of defense in case of intrusion into the rest of 80 percent of territories.