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Georgia will not start war with Russia because of the killed policeman2009-01-16 18:44
Georgia doesn't intend to start large-scale military operation against Russia in reply to the death of a Georgian policeman killed near South Ossetian border, stated Temur Iakobashvili, the State Minister for Reintegartion, RIA-Novosti informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Let us remind that this morning, at about 10:00 a.m. Mamuka Kakhniashvili, a policeman of Kvemo Kartli Regional Police Division was killed near the police checkpoint in the village of Knolevi, Kareli district (Georgia).
Georgian side imposed responsibility on Russia. He called today's incident the "state terrorism". "Our position is firm: we are not intending to engage in any military confrontation with anyone... We are expecting more provocations," Iakobashvili said today in the air of Imedi.
"Unfortunately, we won't be able to resolve this issue within a year, because currently the international situation is not favorable, as administration in the United States is in the transition and Europe is engaged in gas war with the Russian Federation", the State Minister stated.