Dutch parliamentarian: U.S. and NATO responsible for war in Georgia

PanARMENIAN.Net - Many say that the bombing of Tkhinvali was Georgia's attempt to restore order in its territory but it's cynical to justify an armed aggression, a Dutch parliamentarian said during a debate in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.



"The United States and NATO which have been arming and training Georgian troops are responsible for the tragedy," said Tiny Kox, President of the PACE Unified Left Group.
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