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Georgia tries to impose its viewpoint on conflicts2011-03-24 14:05
At a NATO parliamentary assembly seminar in Tbilisi Georgia is trying to convince its Western partners that their standpoint on Georgian-Abkhaz and Georgian-Ossetian conflicts is right, - News Georgia reports.
"From European capitals the problem is not perceived as acutely as it is, - deputy secretary of Georgia's Security Council Batu Kutelia thinks.
At the NATO PA seminar Russian-Georgian relations were the core topic of debates.
During the seminar a video bridge with Moscow was organized with Sergey Markedonov, a well-known Russia expert, a consultant at the Center of International and Strategic Studies commenting on the situation. According to him the war in 2008 "created a new status quo in Caucasus bringing consequences that must be considered for resolution of existing problems", - Markedonov thinks.