Georgian PM says conflicts in South Caucasus had no solutions

Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanivhsili said at the 83rd seminar of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Tbilisi on April 29, 2013 that the situation in South Caucasus was a stalemate and there were no solutions to conflicts, News Georgia reports.

The prim minister said that there were two interstate and three regional conflicts in South Caucasus. Consolidation and support of the international society is what South Caucasus needs, Ivanishvili believes.

The PM admitted that the events in August 2008 were the most complicated challenge of Georgia. 20% of its territory was occupied and an ethnic cleansing was carried out during the conflict of the 1990s in Abkhazia.

Adapted from: Vestnik Kavkaza


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