Andrei Nesterenko: PACE's Policy in the Southern Caucasus is Short-Sighted / News / News agency Inforos
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Andrei Nesterenko: PACE's Policy in the Southern Caucasus is Short-Sighted

As Russian MFA Spokesman Andrei Nesterenko said at today's briefing in Moscow, it is hoped in Moscow that at the forthcoming autumn session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, during which reconsideration of the Russian delegation’s credentials may be examined, the common sense will prevail.

“We express hope that during the forthcoming autumn session of the Assembly, the common sense will prevail not to appease Georgian military trendings,” Andrei Nesterenko noted.

At that the diplomat blamed PACE for the Assembly being currently the only body in the Council of Europe that “gives the go-by to new military and political realias in the Southern Caucasus and denies responsibility of the official Tbilisi for the initiation of combat operations” in South Ossetia.

“By their openly short-sighted policy PACE deputies do the Georgian people an ill service in conditions of information blockade in Georgia. In its turn, this feeds Georgia's leadership’s illusions as regards Mr. Saakashvili’s regime being supported by the whole world,” Andrei Nesterenko noted.
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