Georgia wants to cooperate with Russia at Lopota Gorge

10 September 2012 - 12:18pm


Georgia offers to cooperate with Russia at the Lopota Gorge, Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze said on Monday, Trend reports.

Russia has not replied to the offer yet. The Swiss Embassy in Tbilisi representing Georgia has not received responses either. Kalandadze said that Georgia wants an open-door policy for peoples of the North Caucasus.

Georgian special forces killed 11 militants and captured one at the Lopota Gorge. Georgia lost 3 soldiers and got 5 wounded.


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