Publication date: 2014-01-24 Statement of the Georgian Foreign Ministry in reaction to the creation of the so-called border zone along the river Psou
The Georgian Foreign Ministry expresses its deep concern over the decision of the Russian Federation and its occupation regime in Abkhazia, which provides for illegal expansion of the so-called border zone 11 kilometers deeper into Georgia's territory along the river Psou from January 20 to March 21. Creation of the so-called border zone on Georgia's sovereign territory without the Georgian Government's consent once again violates Georgia's territorial integrity and sovereignty and represents a rough violation of international commitments, fundamental principles of international law and provisions of the  ceasefire agreement by the Russian Federation.Read more...
Publication date: 2014-03-03 Statement of the Georgian Foreign Ministry regarding the developments in Ukraine
The Georgian Foreign Ministry expresses its extreme concern regarding the recent developments in Crimea, Ukraine. Russia declared its decision to deploy additional troops in Crimea, Ukraine on the pretext of protecting the lives of its citizens, until the situation is "normalized" - a decision, which in fact amounts to the launch of aggression against sovereign and independent Ukraine, ironically by Russia, which, along with the United States of America and Great Britain, is guarantor of Ukraine's independence, sovereignty and inviolability of borders under the Budapest Memorandum dated 5 December 1994.Read more...
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