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Georgian Foreign Ministry regards Medvedev's decree on weapon supplies prohibition as inadequate2009-01-19 18:00
According to Georgian Foreign Ministry, the Decree of Dmitry Medvedev on the prohibition of supply of military and double-use equipment to Georgia is characterized by the "utter irrelevance in relation to modern realities" - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"This document as well as any other step taken by the Russian Authorities against Georgia causes at a minimum surprise with its utter irrelevance in relation to modern realities", the Comment of the Press and Information department, issued today by the Georgian Ministry, states.
Tbilisi accused Russia of supplies of its weapons for "odious regimes" which, according to the statement, were "posing threat to international security and stability in the world's various regions".
In conclusion, the Ministry underlines that "Georgia is fully committed to its international commitments and unequivocally adheres to all international treaties and conventions applying in the field of security."