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Georgian Defense Ministry to assess the fighting during the war in August2013-04-10 12:49
In the near future, Georgia will assess the fighting during the war in August 2008. This was stated by the country's Defense Minister Irakli Alasania, the Trend reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Alasania, this assessment implies the analysis the work of the reserves. They will also find out why the villages were not evacuated. The Minister said that a lot of questions raised the issue of how eight billion allocated to the army had been spent, and what has caused the military defeat of Georgia.
"The international community does not agree with the change of the borders after the war. But we really want to know why Georgia has failed to defend itself in order to work out a real doctrine allowing to prevent this," said Alasania.
At the same time, the Parliament of Georgia intends to create "a commission to establish the circumstances of the outbreak of the war in August 2008." This was announced today in Kutaisi by David Saganelidze - the head of the parliamentary majority from the "Georgian Dream," the ITAR-TASS reported.
"While it is unknown exactly in what format this commission will work, but it will be definitely established," he said. "The public needs to know which events preceded the war and what has escalated the situation," said Saganelidze.
He stressed that a similar parliamentary commission established in 2008 "has failed to give answers to the questions."