Georgia, Tbilisi, 27 August/ Trend , corr n. Kirtskhalia/ The Bureau of the Georgian parliament will discuss the cut off of diplomatic ties with Russia on 27 August, a source in the Georgian parliament said.
This decision was adopted by the International Relations Committee of the Georgian parliament as a response to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's recognition of break-away Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
If the Bureau decides to cut off diplomatic relations with Russia, emergency meeting of the parliament will be held and recommendations will be given to the executive power to implement this decision.
At the night of 8 August, large-scale military operations were launched in the self-declared South Ossetia republic. The Georgian troops entered Tskhinvali. Later the Russian troops entered the city and drove the Georgian forces back to the Georgian territory.
On 12 August, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced that he has decided to end operations to compel Georgia to peace.
Peacekeeping forces of Russia and international observers are still in Georgia.
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