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Turkish Deputy Prime Minister denies information of the "Free Georgia"2012-06-01 12:05
According to Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc, information that in the Turkish history books Batumi is called Georgia-occupied Turkish territory is false. Bulent Arinc, who is on visit to Georgia, stated this after the meeting with Prime Minister of Georgia Nikoloz Gilauri, the IA Regnum reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"This is false information. We would not have allowed this. I hear this for the first time and I do not understand who is spreading this information and what their sources are", said Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey said.
Recall, May 30, the Georgian opposition party "Free Georgia" reported about a "mistake", admitted in the Turkish history books. Together with representatives of the Georgian public the party has appealed to the Turkish Ambassador to Georgia Levent Murat Burhan. In this appeal, they have expressed their hope that this "mistake", according to which Georgia supposedly appropriated the territory of Turkey (Batumi) in 1918, will be fixed.