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The Georgian Foreign Ministry will re-examine the statement of Sarkozy about Georgian freedom2011-05-30 19:05
Georgia's Foreign Ministry questioned the message of some Russian media reports that French President Nicolas Sarkozy called the territory of Georgia completely free in a recent interview. According to the "Georgia-News", citing the statement by deputy head of the Georgian Foreign Ministry Nino Kalandadze, the Georgian MFA instructed its embassy in France to re-examine the message, which appeared in Russian publications.gt-en-newsitem-inside
A few days ago, in the air of "Russia 24", the French president, as stated in the press, said that "Georgia is now completely free, and the tanks were within 40 km from Tbilisi. Mister Medvedev has kept his word".
As Kalandadze said, "this information is not confirmed by official sources". "Despite this, we have instructed the diplomatic mission in France to double-check information from the official Paris" - she added.
According to Kalandadze, among other things, it can be "an incorrect interpretation of the Russian media".