Georgia, Tbilisi, 22 September / Trend corr. N.Kirtzkhalia / Revaz Adamiya, the Georgian ex-ambassador at the United Nations (UN), thinks that it will difficult to make a decision in favor of Georgia at the 63rd UN General Assembly. Adamiya does not believe that any decision will be made after the Georgian President's speech.
The UN is not an organization which makes decisions, because it only has mechanisms of implementation of the adopted decisions. "Decisions usually are made in capitals of great states," Adamiya stated.
Nevertheless, the ex-ambassador considers speech of the Georgian representative at the UN General Assembly as important. "It is too important all countries to accept problems of Georgia as their own ones, because it is really aggression and capture of one country's territory by another one," Adamiya said.
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