Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Georgia demands peace pact

Reuters (via gazeta.ru)  reports Georgia's prime minister, Lado Gurgenidze, as saying that Georgia needs more evidence that Russia has ceased its military operation in South Ossetia. According to Gurgenidze, each side must now sign a legally binding treaty. "Until that happens, we will be ready for anything," Gurgenidze said.

Gurgenidze also said that he approves of the step taken by Russia's President.

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