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GEORGIAN PARLIAMENTARIAN SUGGESTS TO ADDRESS TO NATO FOR STATIONING ITS FORCES IN GEORGIA

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14:50 25.09.2001
text: Caspian news agency
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The Georgian parliament has to address to NATO for stationing of Alliance forces in Georgia for conduct of anti-terror operation from the Georgian territory, parliamentarian Koba Davitashvili stated at today’s session of the parliament. He stressed about recent statements in the Russian mass media about the possible stationing of the Russian forces in Georgia for alleged fight against terrorism. "It would be easier for Russia to attack neutral Georgia, easier to the very Tbilisi which state about its support to the US," the deputy said. A group of trust is to be organized in the Georgian parliament to discuss the proposal and in case if the proposal passes it will be included into the plenary session of the parliament. Yet, there are no comments of the Russian side regarding the statement by the Georgian parliamentarian. However, it is noteworthy that Moscow has noted repeatedly that such statements of the Georgian politicians are groundless, and that they complicates dialog between the both states.