U.S. ambassador to Russia comments on Georgia-Russia conflict
U.S. ambassador to the Russian Federation Michael McFaul says that Georgia is still the country on which the United States has differences with Russia. American ambassador said in an interview with one of the online magazines that the United States would never accept that Russia was determining the borders of Georgia. He also said stability in the Caucasus was very important for the United States.
American diplomat also touched the political situation in Russia, asserting that the United States was not interested in arranging orange revolutions in the Russian Federation, saying the allegations about this only caused smile.
Minister of Corrections and Legal Assistance of Georgia, Sozar Subari told Alia newspaper that the video tapes discovered in the secret storage in Samegrelo two days ago, include the footage of sexual abuse of prisoners and not only prisoners.
Russia will begin negotiations with Georgia about resuming air communication with Georgia. Official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Aleksandr Lukashevich said that negotiations on resuming direct flights between the two countries would begin in near future.
Public Defender of Georgia says the Ministry of Internal Affairs has violated the presumption of innocence when they announced after the detention of Mikail Kadiyev that he was organizing a terror attack in Georgia. Finally, Kadiyev was charged with illegal carrying and keeping of arms.
United National Movement is concerned about the fall of the index of economic growth in the country. Giorgi Vashadze of the parliamentary minority says the official data released the State Department of Statistics shows that both import and export were reduced during the past month.