Russian Isolation Going with Formed Pace: Expert
Georgia, Tbilisi, 22 July / corr. Trend N.Kirtzkhalia / Russia's isolation from international community is happening with forced pace in terms of conflict settlement in Georgia, Soso Tzintzadza, a political scientist, told journalists commenting on the Georgian diplomacy's last efforts at the international scene to change formats of conflict settlements in Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
"Such intensity of this process will surely result positively and Russia will remain alone with its aggressive policy concerning the separatist regions of Georgia," he stated.
According to the political scientist, it may be useless to wait for quick results tomorrow or the day after tomorrow. "However, the process is irreversible and Russia can neither stop nor change this process," Tzintzadze said.
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