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PACE can adopt new resolution on August War2013-01-23 12:40
Yesterday, during the discussion the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe proposed a new resolution concerning the Russian-Georgian war of 2008 and its follow-up, one of which was the recognition of the sovereignty of Abkhazia and South Ossetia by Russia and several other countries.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Tbilisi hopes that PACE's decision will be in favor of Georgia. Yesterday, the president of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili delivered a speech. However, this can lead to the increase of tension in Georgia, the NG.ru reports.
During his visit to Strasbourg, Mikheil Saakashvili also met with the President of the European Court of Human Rights Dean Spielmann. The main topic of their conversation was the protection of human rights and Georgia's claim against Russia.
According to the 1news.az, after the meeting Saakashvili told Georgian journalists that in the coming weeks the Strasbourg court would announce its decision.
"In practice, this case is completed. At today's meeting, we, of course, did not discuss the above matter, since this is a specific decision of the court. The protocol doesn't mention its discussion with the chairman of the court. But I am very well aware of this case and I know that it will end well for Georgia", Saakashvili said.
Georgian President also expressed regret over the fact that those people who defended the interests of Georgia in the European Court, had to leave the country after the change of power.