YEREVAN, December 24. /ARKA/. Georgia will not be creating problems to Armenia because of its conflict with Russia, director of Caucasus Institute political analyst Alexander Iskandaryan said.
According to the expert, Georgians are not able to respond well to Russia’s relationship with Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which, according to them, are Georgian territories, whereas Russia is cooperating with these territories in a dozen of fields and has recently established a duty-free import regime in particular.
The process is going on, and it is not that relevant to pay attention to a certain event, Iskandaryan said in Novosti international press center. According to him, Georgia will hardly respond sharply to Armenia.
The expert noted Armenia and Georgia have had quite favorable relations over their independence, despite being attracted to different external forces. –0—