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Georgian MFA tried to bite Moscow again2010-12-29 14:23
Georgian foreign policy administration accused Russia of its alleged unwillingness to respond to Tbilisi's unilateral initiative on the non-use of force, VZGYLAD reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Russia pursues the policy of "demonstrative disregard" of the international community's fair demands", - Georgian diplomats believe, again demanding the withdrawal of Russian bases from Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Let us remind you that earlier, Head of International Committee of the State Duma Konstantin Kosachev had said that Tbilisi should ensure the guarantee of the non-use of force by a legally binding document.
According to the diplomat, the statement of the Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili about the guarantees of the non-use of force could be welcomed if it did not repeat the same statement made by the Georgian leader a few hours before Georgia's military aggression in August 2008.
"Now we should switch from declaring intentions to signing a legally binding agreement on the non-use of force by Georgia, which should be signed by Tbilisi on one part and by leaders of Abkhazia and South Ossetia on the other part", - Kosachev said.