“Those who want to divert focus from the occupation of our territories are not honest people. With the David Gareja issue, the attention is diverted from the Georgia-Russia relations,” said Giorgi Kandelaki, an MP from the “European Georgia” party, ONA’s Georgian bureau reports.
The MP said that creating such discrepancies in border areas during the former Soviet Union was aimed at sowing dissatisfaction between the two countries.
“There was a dynamic development in this area in 2011. However, due to our government’s fault, the process got delayed and the situation did not change,” Kandelaki said.