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Russia does not intend to restore transport links with Georgia in the near future
Russia does not intend to restore transport links with Georgia in the near future, the Russian foreign minister said Monday. Russia suspended transport and mail links with Georgia following a diplomatic scandal caused by the arrest of four Russian officers in Tbilisi for alleged spying in late September. Although the officers were later released, relations between the former Soviet neighbors have yet to recover. "We have no plans to restore [transport] links with Georgia yet," Sergei Lavrov said at a meeting with European businessmen. The minister said Russians willing to leave the South Caucasus state, following the example of hundreds of Russians who have already been evacuated by the Ministry of Emergency Situations, can apply to the Russian Embassy in Georgia. "But I have not heard of a large number of applications," Lavrov said.
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