EU special representative advises Russia to refrain from premature declarations
Georgia, Tbilisi, Apr. 1 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
EU Special Representative for the South Caucasus Peter Semneby has called on Russia to refrain from making premature declarations after Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev spoke of a possible "Georgian trace" in the terrorist attacks in the Moscow metro.
According to Semneby, the terrorist attack has not yet been investigated thoroughly, and it is too early to bring charges.
"I think there should be no hasty conclusions. The Russian side earlier also made a statement that Georgia was involved in crimes in Moscow. It was also said that there are terrorists in
Georgia. We have repeatedly rechecked all of these statements and no facts have been found. Of course, the incident in Moscow is a tragedy. We offer our condolences to the families of the deceased. However, it is premature to charge someone until all the details have be examined," Semneby said.
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