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Georgian Foreign Ministry disclaims accusations of Medvedev-Sarkozy agreement violations2008-12-30 13:11
Georgian Foreign Ministry disclaims accusations of August cease-fire agreement breach of obligation. It was comment of Georgian Ministry to the statement of Sergey Lavrov, Russian Foreign Minister, made on Monday, Newsru. com informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Georgian Ministry expresses bewilderment in connection with Russia's cynical efforts to accuse Georgia of agreement of August 12th violation, today's statement by Georgian Ministry claims.
According to the statement, it is not Georgia, but Russia which "systematically violates the agreement", in particular - builds up its military contingent in the "occupied territories" and continues construction of military bases in Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
According to the document, Russian side conducts "ethnic purges" and impedes activities of international organizations in Georgia.
"Russia blocked OSCE mandate prolongation. It wouldn't be surprising if Russia tries to act in the same way with the UN mission in Georgia, and that will be another violation of cease0fire agreement", Tbilisi states.
Let us remind that on Monday Sergey Lavrov, Russian Foreign Minister, expressed regret of Georgia's non-implementation of the Medvedev-Sarkozy plan. According to the Minister, Georgia is still far from its obligation of keeping its troops in barracks.
In his view, this plan must be implemented "absolutely perfectly".