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Citizens of Georgia do not want to return from Japan2011-03-22 13:03
The citizens of Georgia who are staying in the Japanese territory shaken by natural catastrophes refuse to come back home.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reminded by PirWeli, earlier, Ukrainian representatives announced their readiness to render assistance to the Georgian party in evacuating the people. However, none of the owners of the Georgian nationality wished to leave Japan.
Earlier, Georgian Ambassador to Japan Revaz Beshidze reported that official Tbilisi is going to send a plane with a humanitarian freight to Japan.
It is stated that presently, there are about 50 citizens of Georgia in the Japanese territory.
Let us remind you that it was earlier reported that the Georgian Foreign Ministry would not evacuate its diplomats from Japan.
Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze also stated that Georgia could supply 45 tons of drinking water to Japan if need be.
"Radioactive iodine and cesium have been discovered in the drinking water of Tokio. They present no danger for life but that's all the same a reason to worry. Despite this fact, no official evacuation has been announced so far. We are watching the events and if the position is not stabilized, we will take a decision on evacuation", - Kalandadze said.