Georgia intends to purchase from Ukraine Geneva Convention banned anti-personnel mines

Georgia intends to purchase from Ukraine prohibited the Geneva Convention of 1980 anti-personnel mines and booby traps. This can happen despite the decision of the Georgian Parliament, who supported the accession of Georgia to the protocol of the convention, reported in the Ministry of Press and Mass Media of South Ossetia.
According to authorities, the Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia Vano Merabishvili December 17, 2008 appealed to the leadership of the Ukrainian company “Ukrspetsexport” requesting delivery of a number of “special products”.
“The list of proposed” product “is impressive: in the vast majority of it is prohibited by the Geneva Convention, anti-personnel mines and booby traps,” - noted in yugoosetinskom ministry. In an official letter signed Dzhanashvili, stated that the mines are designed for internal needs of Georgia. ”
“There is no need to explain that no nation would use such weapons on its territory and against its own citizens. And it means that the” inner necessity “of Georgia is to install sophisticated and deadly device to any other territories “, - quotes RIA Novosti comment Ministry press.
According to yugoosetinskoy hand, Georgia is buying illegal mines in order to use them against the population of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

25 February 2009 | booby-trap, buy, georgia, mines, prohibited, ukraine

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