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Experts Thinks there are Three Political Conflicts in Georgia, Not One2011-05-11 17:17
In the opinion of the Georgian expert Paata Zakareishvili, the current authorities of Sakartvelo have turned one political conflict in the country into three ones. According to the GHN, this opinion was pronounced by him during the discussions related to the report prepared by the American experts in the resolution of Georgian conflicts.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Actually the authorities declare they have just one conflict, with Russia, but in fact it is not like this. Our government managed to turn two conflicts into three (with Abkhazia and Tskhinvali). When the authorities of the EU representative Peter Semneby expired and he planned to leave Tbilisi, he directly said that we had to find some direct contacts with Abkhazians and Ossetians by ourselves. The same was said by Hansjörg Haber and, by the way, also upon expiry of his mandate. It seems they either could not speak before or nobody wanted to listen to them", said Zakareishvili.
That is why he considers the Georgian authorities' attempt to present everything as if there were just one conflict in the country as "detrimental" and "unacceptable".
"In February'2005 I heard the term "conflict with Russia" for the first time. This detrimental and unacceptable position is still there. This must end", stressed the analyst.
"We must admit the reality. We have a conflict with Abkhazia and South Ossetia, too...", stressed Zakareishvili.