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Georgia needs “evacuation plan” – deputy2011-02-21 12:45
Deputy of the Georgian Parliament Dmitry Lortkipanidze declared that the new Georgian safety framework has been developed ignoring the results of war 2008.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to VZGLYAD, Lortkipanidze reminded that two years ago, a special committee worked out recommendations on the results of the war in South Ossetia. According to the parliamentarian, the current framework never took the results of the commission's work into account.
"We start working on a new document with PR, ignoring any conclusions or comments", - he declared.
According to Lortkipanidze, the country needs an "evacuation plan" in case "Russian aggression" repeats.
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 are not yet reported. However, the new framework is expected to state "Georgia's basic threats".
Deputy Head of the Georgian MFA Nino Kalandadze declared that none of the countries will be specified as the republic's enemy in the new national safety framework submitted to the parliament of the country.
"Safety framework does not define the "enemy"; it describes global hazards threatening the country and says what the country can do to develop its own strategy", - she said.
Still, Head of the Georgian Ministry for Reintegration Eka Tkeshelashvili stated that the new safety framework should specify Russia as Georgia's enemy.