Rus News Journal

Georgia has suggested Russia to reconcile

the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) of Georgia will transfer today to embassy of Switzerland in Tbilisi the note intended for Russia in which readiness for restoration of dialogue with Moscow is expressed.
as has explained to journalists the deputy minister of foreign affairs of Georgia Nino Kalandadze, Tbilisi has made the decision on restoration of dialogue with Russia as the court of the United Nations after giving by Georgia of the claim against Russia about ethnic discrimination and returning of refugees has called both parties for dialogue.
“ as the United Nations court considers that Georgia, despite of everything, should carry on dialogue with Russia, we will officially transfer today to embassy of Switzerland the note with the offer of the Russian Federation. In it it is fixed that Georgia is ready to carry on dialogue with the Russian Federation concerning infringement of the corresponding convention. We hope that in a dialogue format this suit can be settled “ - has told the deputy minister.
It also has informed that on June, 29th 2011ã. The general assembly of the United Nations will accept the resolution across Georgia in which it will be fixed that the Georgian refugees have the right to returning home and inviolability of the property in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. “ this resolution has absolutely humanitarian character and means worthy safe returning of refugees and forcedly displaced persons home, and also contribution to this process “ - has informed N.Kalandadze.
we will remind, on April, 1st the International court of the United Nations in the Hague has refused to consider the claim of Georgia to Russia concerning events in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. It spoke that both parties before claim giving have not tried to settle it extrajudicially.
Tbilisi, according to the claim, accused Russia of  destruction throughout almost 20 years in Abkhazia and South Ossetia of thousand citizens of Georgia, and also that more than 300 thousand Georgian have been compelled to become refugees.