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Russia surprised at proclaiming one of the Georgian villages “NATO territory”2011-03-17 17:32
Moscow expressed surprise at the fact that the Georgian village of Ergneti was proclaimed "NATO zone" by head of NATO Information Center in Georgia Tengiz Gogotishvili. As reported by Novosti Georgia, Moscow's perplexity was expressed in the statement of Russian MFA Spokesman Alexander Lukashevitch. One of these days, a so-called "Corner of NATO Information Center in Georgia" was opened at a comprehensive school of the village of Ergneti next to the zone of the South-Ossetian conflict.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Representative of the Russian MFA expressed surprise at the statement made by head of NATO Information Center in Georgia Tengiz Gogotishvili that "Ergneti, like any other villages in Georgia, is NATO zone".
"Considering the fact of presence of Lithuanian Ambassador to Georgia, Head of the Contact Diplomatic Representative Office of the North-Atlantic Alliance in Tbilisi Jonas Paslauskas, one feels like asking the leadership of the organization in Brussels what "NATO zones in Georgia" we are talking about," - Lukashevitch underlined.
Let us remind you that one of these days, "NATO corner" was opened at the Georgian Technical University in Tbilisi. The opposition many times spoke out against such "NATO corners" in the Georgian educational institutions.