Azerbaijani MP: Annulment of agreement of Russian military cargoes transit via Georgia would establish new situation in Caucasus
Azerbaijan, Baku, April 19 /Trend, M. Aliyev/
Annulment of the agreement that envisions transportation of military cargoes and personnel to the Russian military bases in the Caucasus via the territory of Georgia would establish a new situation in the Caucasus, said Aydin Mirzazadeh, deputy chairman of the security and defense committee of the Azerbaijani Parliament.
"Those wishing to pass ammunition to Armenia via the territory of Georgia will have to take this fact into consideration," Mirzazadeh told Trend on Tuesday.
President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili asked the Parliament of his country to annul the Agreement of military cargoes and personnel supply to Russian military bases via the territory of Georgia, which had been signed with Russia on March 31, 2006. Georgian MPs will examine this matter this week. The Parliament of Georgia ratified the Agreement in April 2006; the validity period of the Agreement has already expired.
According to Mirzazadeh, Georgia settles matters in accordance with its domestic policy, and if another country wants to use the territory of Georgia it needs to take the realities of this country into account.