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New national safety framework to be discussed by Georgian parliament2011-02-18 13:30
United meeting of the Georgian parliament committees on foreign relations, defense, safety and European integration will be held today, where a new framework of the country's safety will be discussed.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to PirWeli, the meeting will be attended by members of various non-governmental organizations and representatives of the country's political parties who wish to take part in the document discussion.
The new framework of the Georgian safety will be presented by Deputy Secretary of the Security Council of Georgia Batu Kutelia.
Let us remind you that the first hearings in the Georgian parliament on the new national safety framework were held on January 15. The contents of the document have not yet been reported. However, the new framework is expected to state "basic threats for Georgia".
Deputy Head of the Georgian MFA Nino Kalandadze declared that no country will be specified as the republic's enemy in the new national safety framework presented to the Georgian parliament.
"A safety framework does not name the "enemy"; the point at issue is global hazards threatening the country and what a country can do to develop its own strategy", - she said.
Besides, Head of the Ministry of Reintegration of Georgia Eka Tkeshelashvili stated that the new national safety framework of the country should specify Russia as Georgia's enemy.