Sergey Lavrov Denied Information of Expected Meeting of D. Medvedev with M. Saakashvili / News / News agency Inforos
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Sergey Lavrov Denied Information of Expected Meeting of D. Medvedev with M. Saakashvili

On Monday Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov denied information of the Georgian side about expected meeting of Presidents D. Medvedev and M. Saakashvili already in the nearest future. In particular, Sergey Lavrov said: “I do not have any information that would enable me also to make such statement about a new Russian-Georgian summit expected in the nearest future”.

The Russian Foreign Minister pointed out that at the meeting of D. Medvedev with M. Saakashvili in St.-Petersburg on June 6 the parties discussed the need to continue the bilateral contacts. Let us recall that the meting of the Russian and Georgian leaders was tete-a-tete.

Later Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told about the content of the talks. That time Lavrov said: “It is important that the Georgian side would establish a mutually respectful dialogue with Sukhumi and Tshinvali on the basis of fundamental principles, which have been agreed as a basis for settlement of such conflicts, observing the agreements already achieved within the framework of the negotiation mechanisms”. He quoted to President D. Medvedev: “Artificial drawing of Georgia in NATO will cause a new escalation of the confrontation”.

It is noteworthy that immediately after the Petersburg Summit the Georgian politicians led by President M. Saakashvili again returned to the notorious anti-Russian rhetoric”, Peacekeeper.ru reports.
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