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Tbilisi reacts to reports of refusal to grant agrement to Armenian ambassador


Georgia’s Foreign Ministry has commented on reports of the refusal to grant an agrement to Sergey Minasyan for his appointment as the Armenian ambassador to Georgia.  

 

The decisions taken on ambassadors are open to the public, the Georgian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Wednesday.

 

“When decisions are taken in connection with ambassadors, they are always open to the public, and any speculation on this issue is inappropriate,” said the statement.

 

Armenia’s Zhamanak newspaper claimed that Tbilisi refused to grant an agrement to Sergey Minasyan, deputy director of the Caucasus Institute, for his appointment as the Armenian ambassador to Georgia.

 

“The Georgian authorities have serious suspicions that Minasyan will not represent Armenia, but Russia,” the newspaper wrote.  

 

 

 

 

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