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Controversies between Russia and Georgia must by decided by international courts2009-02-05 10:04
All disputes between Russia and Georgia can be decided in the International Court in the Hague and in the International Court of Human Rights, "where mutual claims must be reasoned at most and examined as objectively as possible by the competent compositions of the court", said Alexander Konovalov, the Minister of Justice of Russia to ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It was his comment upon the statement of Giorgi Gorgiladze, Georgia's Permanent Representative to the United Nations office and other international organizations in Geneva. In that document he accused Russia in "occupation of the Georgian territories: Abkhazia and South Ossetia".
"This position of the official Tbilisi is not new, we expected to hear something like this, and therefore we agreed our positions with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia beforehand ", Konovalov said. "We came to the opinion that the present-day stage is not a good place to discuss the situation caused by the aggression of Georgia against South Ossetia and the followed measures Russia had to take to restore peaceful relations in this long-suffering region ", he mentioned.
"From our side we do everything to make the position of Russia flawless from the point of view of international and municipal law", Konovalov said.