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Russian FM: Georgia has violated Russia's rights2012-04-16 17:41
Georgia's refusal from the execution of the Treaty on Open Skies violates the rights of Russia and sets a precedent that could lead to the collapse of the agreement.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Information and Press Department of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Georgia's refusal from the execution of the Treaty on Open Skies violates the rights of Russia and sets a precedent that could lead to the collapse of the agreement, the RBC reported.
"In practical terms, such decision of the Georgian side means that Georgia will not allow carrying out of the observation flights over its territory with the participation of the Russian Federation. Treaty does not provide any discriminatory restrictions on the rights of a country member", said in a statement of the Russian FM.
Recall, April 6, the Georgian Foreign Ministry stated the country decided to terminate its obligations to the Russian Federation in the framework of the Treaty on Open Skies.
"The Georgian side has taken this decision in response to a failure to comply with certain obligations on the part of Russia. In particular, since 2010, Russia aims to use the Treaty to legalize the independence of Georgian regions - Abkhazia and South Ossetia (Tskhinvali region)", said in the statement by Georgian Foreign Ministry.