Saakashvili: We have finally gave up hostilities
As the Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili noted speaking at the 66th session of the General Assembly of the UN, his country will not solve conflicts within the country by force. This was reported by the "GHN". The Georgian president also recalled that last year, November 23, he appealed to the European Parliament and vowed that Sakartvelo never use force to free its regions currently "occupied" by the Russian Federation.
"Even though the UN Charter gives us the right to do this, we have finally gave up the military means to restore our territorial integrity. The commitment I've made to the European Parliament is legally binding and I've sent a letter to the UN Secretary General and other international organizations" - the President stressed.
"Nevertheless, we are still waiting Russia's leadership to respond this. Unfortunately, instead of dialogue, their answer was dozens of terrorist acts directed against Georgia organized and controlled directly by officers of Russian secret services" - he said.