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Panjikidze: De-occupation is the main Georgia's priority2012-12-28 13:18
The so-called "de-occupation" of Georgia and the restoration of its territorial integrity - this is the most important priority in the foreign policy of the new government, said the head of the Foreign Ministry of Georgia Maya Panjikidze, the News-Georgia reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The main directions of Georgia's foreign policy is integration into the European and Euro-Atlantic structures, deepening the strategic partnership with the U.S., improved relations with Russia, but the main direction of the foreign policy of the new government is de-occupation of Georgia and the restoration of its territorial integrity", said Panjikidze.
"Georgian people have already made their European choice and the process of European integration is irreversible", she said.
"Our government will continue to consolidate the efforts of the international community to support the policy of non-recognition of Georgian regions", the Minister added.
Earlier, as recalled by the RIA Novosti, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stated that Georgia's statement that Abkhazia and South Ossetia are occupied territories were not conducive to dialogue with Russia.