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MFA of RF accusing Georgia of provocation before Geneva discussions2010-12-09 15:53
Russian MFA has sharply responded to Georgia's statement about the six arrested Russian subverters accused of arranging terrorist acts, Gazeta.Ru. reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Foreign Ministry referred to such statements as to Saakashvili's provocative acts aimed at marring the atmosphere before the 14th round of international discussions on security and stability in Transcaucasia to be held in Geneva on December 16.
"Another show put up by Tbilisi authorities could bring a smile to the lips of sensible people... The latest idea of Mikheil Saakashvili's regime has got a provocative background, suggesting an attempt to sow discord between us and our leading international partners. It's obvious for us that on the threshold of the next round of Geneva discussions on Transcaucasia, President of Georgia wants to attract attention once again as the leader of the "most democratic and successful state" in the post-Soviet territory, which further development is impeded by some "evil powers", - a statement published by Russian MFA says openly.
Let us remind you that the Georgian opposition accuses Mikheil Saakashvili of arranging terrorist acts.