Georgia, Tbilisi, Oct.27 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
The EU Special Representative in Georgia Per Eklund commented on a new "Great Universal Atlas of the World" published by one of the largest Russian publications.
"Everyone knows the EU's strict approach towards Georgia's territorial integrity. Abkhazia and South Ossetia are part of Georgia. It is good that it is reflected in the Russian maps. It is welcome news," Eklund said.
In the atlas of "Olma Media Group" Abkhazia and the so-called South Ossetia are not separately identified countries, they are part of Georgia. Moscow protested this fact.
The Russian region-wide youth-public organization "New peoples" will hold a rally in Moscow in front of the National Cartographic Corporation.