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Russian MFA: statement on Georgia adopted in Berlin is biased2011-04-20 17:37
Russia considers the statement adopted by the ministerial of the Georgia-NATO commission that held a meeting in Berlin to be biased and unhinged from reality. As was reported by GHN, such information is contained in the statement of the Russian foreign policy administration. "It would be better if NATO officers pushed Georgian authorities onto constructive track", - Russian MFA underlined.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We have to state with regret that the document includes a traditional number of biased and abstract wordings on the situation with Abkhazia and South Ossetia. We can again hear hackneyed calls on Russia to "fulfill" the Medvedev-Sarkozy agreements", - the document goes.
"The only disputable matter concerning the fulfillment of obligations under Medvedev-Sarkozy agreement was closed on 18 October 2010. At that time, Russian border checkpoint was moved deep in the South-Ossetian territory; for two years, it had been located in a spot near the village of Perevi and the belonging of this spot was never identified", - Russian MFA is commenting.
In its document, Russian foreign policy administration recommends NATO to push Georgia onto a more constructive track in the issue of safety in Transcaucasia.