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Kalandadze: Tbilisi has denied Russia's charges of disrupting a meeting in Gali2012-07-02 16:25
Georgian Foreign Ministry does not confirm the chargers by the Russian Foreign Ministry against Georgian side of disrupting the meeting within the Mechanism to Prevent and Respond to Incidents (MPRI) in the Abkhaz conflict zone in Gali. This was stated by the Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze at today's briefing, the News-Georgia reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I do not know what kind of a meeting they mean, because this meeting according to my information was not planned in details and it was theoretically considered only at the level of a conversation. As for the real causes of failure of the meeting, the power of Russia has deliberately contributed in it" - Kalandadze said.
The deputy minister stressed that the Georgian side had a desire to continue such meetings.
As recalled by the IA Regnum, late last week Russian Foreign Ministry put the burden of responsibility for the failure of the meeting in the framework of the Mechanism to Prevent and Respond to Incidents (MPRI) in the Gali district on Georgia. Russian Foreign Ministry believes that "on June 27, the Georgian side refused to come to a meeting initiated by the UN in the MPRI under a farfetched excuse".