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Georgia may demand compensation for damage caused by "Soviet occupation" from Russia2013-02-15 14:44
Georgian NGO "Young Lawyers" believes that as part of the talks with Russia Georgia should raise the issue of compensation for damage caused during the "Soviet occupation", the Rosbalt reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As stated in the organization, along with de-occupation of territories and the return of refugees to their homes the government of Georgia should raise two important questions.
"First, Georgia has a legitimate right to demand compensation from Russia for the damage caused by the years of Soviet occupation. Second, Georgia has a legitimate argument to demand from Russia, as a sole successor of the Soviet Union, the return of the deposits in the savings banks to the citizens", the "Young Lawyers" stated.
The "Young Lawyers" have also sent a special letter to the representative of the Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili for the Russian-Georgian relations Zurab Abashidze, the Evrazia.org reported. They have asked him to put the above two issues at the next round of negotiations with the Russian side.