Georgia, Tbilisi, 18 April / Trend corr N. Kirtskhalia / On 18 April, the Georgian Minister of State Giorgi Baramidze left for Europe to meet with the high-ranking officials of UK and France, as well as to hold meetings at EU. Baramidze reported journalists about it on the airport.
"I am going to inform the representatives of international community about the situation that has emerged after Russia's decision to establish special relations with Abkhazia and South Ossetia," he said.
Baramidze said that Georgia is not asking for any support but demands the cancellation of Moscow's decision.
Georgian President Mikeil Saakashvili had previously ordered Baramidze and Foreign Minister David Bakradze to head for Europe and USA, to divulge Georgia's position out there and enlist the support of Western countries.
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