Georgia, Tbilisi, 27 August/ Trend , corr N. Kirtskhalia/ Lasha Zhvaniya, chairman of the International Relations Committee of Georgian parliament does not rule out that a question may be raised to severe diplomatic ties with Russia. He said to media that this is one of the ways of protest in international relations and Tbilisi has all grounds to take this step.
According to MP, today there is only very little communication with Russia as it is invader and aggressor who de-jure broke away two regions of Georgia. "Therefore, I do not exclude the cut off diplomatic relations with Moscow. Consultations will certainly be held on this issue and after that we will appeal Foreign Ministry with recommendations," Zhvaniya said.
As to the decision of Russian president, MP said it was not a surprise. In spite of Kremlin's decision, the chairman of the international relations committee of the Georgian parliament hopes that in future Moscow will express its will to turn to civil society.
"I hope that Russia will be able to move across the not yet destroyed bridge which runs over the territorial integrity of Georgia and will withdraw its troops," Zhvaniya said.