Source Pravda.Ru

Georgian Representative to UN comments on Putin's statement

Russian aggression against Georgia will arise a corresponding reaction fromthe world community, Revaz Adamia, Georgian Permanent Representative to theUN, declared in an interview with the Rustavi-2 TV company commenting onthe recent statement of Russian President Vladimir Putin regarding thesituation around Georgia. "UN documents unambiguously define the notion ofaggression. In particular, bombing and the use of military force against aforeign country is aggression", Adamia stressed. If Russia has been denyingits sorties over Georgia, it will not do that in the future, he pointedout, the Black Sea Press agency reported..

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