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Parliamentary Speaker says de-occupation remains Georgia's top priority

Parliamentary Speaker says de-occupation remains

"We will unite the country through democratic development, peaceful policy, mobilization of international support," Chairman of the Georgian Parliament Archil Talakvadze said in connection with the 27th anniversary of the fall of Sukhumi.

In his words, the occupation will end, and the society, artificially divided by barbed wire, will unite.

"September 27 is one of the most tragic days in history. The Georgian society, artificially divided by barbed wires, suffered. I believe we can restore our territorial integrity. I think that internally displaced persons will return to their homes. Our task is to take care of them and create decent conditions before returning. De-occupation remains our main task," Talakvadze said.

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