Republic of Georgia not inclined toward force to close Abkhazia issue

There are no links between Georgia’s desire to be integrated into NATO and its intention to settle Abkhazian problem, said K’akha Tsekharulidze, Georgia’s deputy foreign minister in his brief interview with journalists. Georgian authorities remain very precise and decisive not to apply any military force in solving internal complicated problems, he said.

Our partners in NATO have never raised a possible use of Alliance forces question during those several talks and negotiations we have had so far to settle conflict in Abkhazia, said the Georgian diplomat.
Tsekharulidze termed invoking foreign military forces to solve internal affairs as “the abnormal practice”.

Mariyam Amerkhanova, Tbilisi Caucasus Times

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