NATO not to Restore Relations with Russia Until It Withdraws from Georgia: Robert Simons
Georgia, Tbilisi, 22 August/ Trend , N. Kirtskhalia/ NATO will not restore relations with Russia until Russian troops withdraw from Georgia, the special envoy of NATO in South Caucasus Robert Simmons said while visiting the refugee camp in Georgia.
"NATO is doing its best
to achieve withdrawal of Russian troops. After that, we together with the
Defense Ministry of Georgia will determine priorities necessary for enhancing defensive
capacity of Georgia," Simmons said.
He expressed his support for refugees and said sympathizes with them all. He encouraged refugees and said the entire world renders aid to Georgia at the moment.
"NATO and I are as an individual doing our best to achieve return of internally displaced people to their homelands," Simmons said.
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