Bakradze: We will seek access for international observers to Abkhazia and South Ossetia
According to the head of the Georgian Parliament David Bakradze, the Georgian authorities intend to use all possible diplomatic leverage for achieving access for international observers to Georgia and South Ossetia. As the "Georgia-News" reported, that was the comment of the MP on situation with the detention by Russian militaries of ten Georgian citizens at the Church of St. George near the administrative border with South Ossetia.
"One of the main tasks of the authorities (of Georgia) is to achieve access for international observers to the conflict zone, and we are always talking of it with our European partners. The main task is to make Russia to begin to fulfill their obligations, in particular to withdraw its troops and allow international observers to the "occupied" zone, which will reduce this kind of provocation" - said Bakradze.