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Georgia suspects Russia of hostile intentions towards the country2012-09-18 14:42
Yesterday, on the 17th of September, Russia launched a strategic command and staff exercises "Kavkaz-2012" ("Caucasus-2012") in the south-west of the country, the Polit.ru reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Meanwhile, Georgia is concerned about the upcoming Russia's military exercises "Kavkaz-2012" ("Caucasus-2012"). This was stated by the Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze at a news conference in Tbilisi on Monday.
"Unfortunately, the exercises "Kavkaz-2012" threaten not only Georgia, but the region as a whole in terms of stability and security. We all need to remember the results of the Russian military exercises in the Caucasus in 2008, which were much smaller in its scale", Vashadze said.
Vashadze made this statement at a joint press conference with the foreign ministers of five European countries: Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania and the Czech Republic. The foreign ministers of European countries arrived in Tbilisi on Monday for a visit to meet with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and other senior leaders of this country.