Georgia VS Russia?
Tbilisi announced Moscow ceasefire and force separating treaty, May, 14, 1994 to lose its power
VLADIVOSTOK. 1 September. VOSTOK-MEDIA. Tbilisi announced Moscow ceasefire and force separating treaty, May, 14, 1994 to lose its power. On Saturday, Reintegration Ministry of Georgia declared about this decision. Though, Georgia seconded to follow 6 point treaty achieved along with mediation of French President Nikolas Sarkozy. Tbilisi will consider this document as the only one to regulate relations with Abkhazia and Tsinkhinvaliiskiy region.
Declaration about Moscow Treaty losing its power was sent to RIA “Georgia News”.
It is highlighted in the document that taking such decision Georgian side took into consideration Parliament Act of Georgia about peacekeeping forces on the territory of Georgia, July, 18, 2006, and about Russian Federation occupation of Georgia, August, 27, 2008.
Meantime, Georgian Parliament seconded its wish to follow 6 point treaty achieved with mediation of French President, Nikolas Sarkozy, in August, 2008, and declares that Georgia considers this document as the one top regulate relations with Abkhazia and South Ossetia.