Georgian Foreign Minister Excludes Flatly Negligence of Information War by Georgian Government
Georgia, Tbilisi, 19 November / corr Trend N.Kirtzkhalia / Eka Tkeshelashvili, Georgian foreign minister, excludes categorically negligence of information war by the Georgian government.
Tactics and actions of the country's government contain maximum transparency and a principle of spread of information of any type, she said journalists in Sheraton Metechi palace hotel, where regional conference on Justice and Law in Southern Caucasus was opened for the countries of Caucasian region.
On 18 November the parliamentary minority accused the government, claming that advantage in the information war after the events of August comes gradually to naught. The Georgian Foreign Ministry (GFM) was charged that Georgia could lose a battle in the information war. This statement is connected with spread of anti-Georgian publications in an international press over last period.
"The information war is much wider notion and accusation of GFM of its defeat is a mistake as GFM wages a diplomatic war," Tkeshelashvili said.
"The Georgian government will never do what Russia does. Moscow applies a policy of subornation that categorically inadmissible for us," the minister said.
"The government targets to familiarize all interested persons not only with information about the events taken place so far, but also ongoing processes," she said.
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