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Georgian parliament to make another anti-Russian protest2010-12-15 18:39
Georgian parliament is going to adopt another statement connected with Russia's intention to increase the number of military bases in Tskhinval, GHN reports. The initiative will be voiced by parliament deputy Paata Davitaya.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Another Russian military base has been established in Tskhinval. Several more bases are planned to be opened in the nearest time. I would like to ask the foreign relations committee to develop a form of the statement to be further delivered to other countries' parliaments", - the deputy stated.
His proposal was supported by Speaker of Parliament David Bakradze who immediately proposed to extend the text of the future statement.
"We must think over the form of the statement - it may be a statement made both by the parliament and the committee. These days, we are going to appeal to some parliaments and a group of congressmen in connection with the damage caused to St. George's Church located in Abkhazia. This issue might become the second item of the letter", - Bakradze suggested.