RA FM: Armenia and Georgia do not experience unsolvable problems

PanARMENIAN.Net - The problems of Georgian Armenians are in focus of the Republic of Armenia but these problems are solvable, Armenian Foreign Minister told reporters today.



"Armenia and Georgia do not experience unsolvable problems. Friendly relations with Georgia are important for us and our steps should be meant for alleviation of tensions and strengthening of cooperation. I will meet with my Georgian counterpart in mid-September and we will try to resolve the existing problems," Edward Nalbandian said.



On July 20, three days after the explosion near the house belonging to Akhalkalaki police chief Samvel Petrosyan, Georgian special forces and police rushed into the house belonging to United Javakhk leader, Vahagn Chakhalyan, and arrested his and his family members - his parents and brother.



Another United Javakhk member, Aram Batoyan, is also kept in custody.



Policemen Arthur Berujanyan and Armen Gabrielyan were killed. Local police chiefs said the latter committed suicide.
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