Georgia wants to raise the issue of terrorist attacks at the Geneva negotiations
At the negotiations in Geneva on security in the Caucasus, which began today, Georgia also intends to raise the issue of preparing terrorist attacks in the country by Russian special services. According to the "GHN", this was told to reporters by Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergi Kapanadze.
"The first question to be raised at today's negotiations is that we will require the cessation of training and planning of the terrorist attacks on the territory of Georgia by the Russian Federation, as it is not possible that the two countries have engaged in dialogue about security when one of the sides is being preparing and planning the explosions" - said Kapanadze.
Earlier today in an interview with "The New Times" Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili has accused Russia and its secret services in the preparation of a series of terrorist attacks.