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Russia considers the Georgian parliament’ s resolution as a provocative step
Russia considers the Georgian parliament’ s resolution on withdrawal of peacekeeping contingents from the zones of conflict in the much-troubled regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia as a provocative step, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement Tuesday. “This step aims to fan tensions, to break up the existing formats of negotiations, and to eliminate the legislative basis for peaceful settlement of conflicts in Abkhazia and South Ossetia,” the statement says. “Accusations of Russia made out in that resolution are an indecent attempt to shift responsibility where it does not belong,” it says. The statement points out that the language of ultimatums the Georgian parliament has adopted as regards Russian peacekeepers is counterproductive. “One-sided decisions cannot bring about a scrapping of international agreements,” the statement says. “Our position remains unchanged and it suggests that the resolution on a withdrawal of Russian peacekeepers is only fraught with a new crisis and a humanitarian disaster,” the Foreign Ministry indicates.
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