Georgian delegation members have differences about PACE resolution
Council of Europe may soften the context of the resolution on Georgia-Russia war and its consequences - Georgian, Russian lawmakers and other officials of the Council of Europe are still working on the text of the resolution, which is to be adopted soon.
The members of the Georgian parliamentary delegation have significant differences about the content of the document. Members of the National Movement fear that the specific terms and phrases, which were inserted in the previous resolutions thanks to the work of the previous government, may be removed from the new document and affect the interests of the country; the members of the majority say the use of terms is not so important as the whole context of the resolution.
`The problem is about the general contents and not about the terms and sooner we forget the myths that the terms are important and not the contents, earlier we`ll have progress. From year to year the resolutions were worsened; the first resolution in 2008 was very good and all the following were undesirable for us. The text of the resolution which is proposed this time is not the best for us, but neither is it tragic. We have brought here the project prepared by the ministry of reintegration and during past two days we have been doing our best to reflect these amendments in the new resolution,` MP Tina Khidasheli has said.
Minority MP Chiora Taktakishvili disapproves this approach to the problem and says the terms have its contents and it is the half a million IDPs, who can`t go back to their homes because Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region are occupied by Russia.