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Georgia needs details of Russia's exercises "Kavkaz-2012"2012-04-03 12:19
Georgia needs from Russia the confirmation that military units, located next to Russian-Georgian borders, won't take part in the exercises "Kavkaz-2012".gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the RBC, Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze stated that Georgia needed from Russia the confirmation that military units, located next to Russian-Georgian borders, wouldn't take part in the exercises "Kavkaz-2012", scheduled for September this year.
According to her, at the recent 19th round of international talks on security in the Caucasus in Geneva, the representatives of the Russian delegation stated the exercises would involve only operational staff without military forces deployed outside Russia, but "the Georgian side is waiting for official confirmation from the appropriate Russian structures", the edition reported.
Recall, on the eve, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, speaking of his country's intention to hold fair parliamentary elections in October, stated that certain forces would hinder Tbilisi in this.
"Our neighbor is planning large-scale military exercises near our border a month before the elections", he said.