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Tbilisi relying upon Minsk’s loyalty2011-01-24 16:48
They believe in Georgia that despite a thaw between Minsk and Moscow, Byelorussia will all the same refuse to recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia's independence, Novosti-Georgia reports. This was stated by Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze. In her opinion, in this question, one may reckon upon the enhancing relationship between Tbilisi and Moscow.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We made sure over the past years and we can see it every day that our relations with Byelorussia are getting closer", - Kalandadze said.
"Minsk won't raise the issue of recognizing Georgia's occupied regions", - she stated with confidence.
Before that, Russian president criticized Alexander Lukashenko for his "unfair" behaviour in the issue of recognizing the two republics. "President of Byelorussia stated his readiness to do it (recognize Abkhazia and SO) in the presence of his colleagues, five presidents. A corresponding record was made in the CSTO meeting protocol. Then the issue turned into a constant subject of political bargaining. This is unfair behaviour; partners do not behave like that. And, of course, we will take it into account in building relationship with the current president of Byelorussia", - Dmitry Medvedev stated.
As for Alexander Lukashenko, he denies giving any promises to anyone. He "made no solemn promise that was heard by anybody", - the president of Byelorussia assures.