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Georgian MIA: Russia is a threat2012-02-20 16:31
The people in Abkhazia and South Ossetia consider the territory they live in the "Russian-occupied".gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the Newsland.ru, Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomes the fact that the residents of so-called "occupied territories" (Abkhazia and South Osstia - Red.) realize that Russia is a threat. The Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze stated this at a briefing in response to the question - "If Georgia considered the possibility of Alla Dzhioeva's appeal with a request for an asylum".
According to the edition, the Minister of the MFA of Georgia Nino Kalandadze said: "I'd refrain from speculation. In any case, we're watching and taking into account the developments, including with respect to this woman (Alla Dzhioeva - Red.), but it is not surprising that the inhabitants of the occupied territories and the very Mrs. Dzhioeva are skeptic towards Russia. Accordingly, if we're speaking of a political asylum, of course, it wouldn't be Russia posing a threat. We welcome the fact that the inhabitants of the occupied territories are aware of this", Kalandadze said.