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Baqradze: we will not let Russia to use “Open skies” agreement for fulfillment of its own political goals
15:59 06.04.2012
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The Parliament Speaker, David Baqradze said, Georgian side will not let Russia to use “Open skies” agreement for fulfillment of its own political aims.

As Baqradze said to journalists, the mentioned “Open skies” agreement is a very important military-political agreement, part of which is Georgia too.

“Over the years, we have been cooperating with all the members of this treaty very successfully, however, it is natural, that we will not let Russia to use this agreement for fulfillment of its own political goals. Moreover, it is inadmissible to let Russia to use this treaty regarding Abkhazia and South Ossetia for certain legitimization,” – he said. 

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