Ambassador: Azerbaijan and Georgia did not Sign Agreement on Joint Use of David Garedji Complex
Azerbaijan, Baku / corr. Trend N.Kirskhalia / The Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Georgia refuted the information that the parties had signed an agreement on the joint use of the monastry complex David Garedji.
The leader of the Georgian Party, Jondi Bagaturiya, demands that the Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia, Giorgi Manjgaladze, be held criminally responsible, Trend Special Correspondent in Georgia reports.
Bagaturiya stated on 12 March that Manjgaladze is responsible for signing the agreement with Azerbaijan on the joint use of the Georgian monastry complex David Garedji. He stressed that during the recent meeting of the Georgian-Azerbaijani Commission for Delimitation and Demarcation of Borders, proposals were made on the joint use of the complex for tourism purposes and Manjgaladze had signed this agreement.
As a result of the recent meeting of the Commission in Baku, 300 km long territory was agreed in Agstafa district of Azerbaijan. In addition, a decision was made to continue the process of delimitation around the David Garedji Complex with a team of experts.