Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Konstantin Yeliseyev said that Kiev is ready to render Georgia humanitarian and political assistance.
Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Konstantin Yeliseyev said that Kiev is ready to render Georgia humanitarian and political assistance, the agency "Interfax". He made this statement at a briefing ninth of August in Gori.
Yeliseyev said that while Ukraine has no plans to provide military assistance to Georgia, but added that Kiev "Let's see how events will develop».
According to him, Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko each hour to receive detailed reports of the situation in Georgia.
Earlier, the Russian Foreign Ministry issued a statement in which the responsibility for the actions of Georgia in South Ossetia partially pinned on Ukraine supplied weapons to Georgia. At the same time the Russian government stressed that Ukraine is not eligible for his role in the conflict.
Saakashvili offers to stop military actions in the Tskhinvali region - 09.08.08 16:52
However, Russian peacekeepers state that any proposals for a ceasefire have been reported.
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili offers to immediately stop military actions in the Tskhinvali region and begin the process of demilitarization.
"We propose to immediately stop the fire and begin the withdrawal of troops from leanin ground" - he said Saturday at a news briefing, "Interfax».
Russian peacekeepers, meanwhile, noted that no such proposals from the Georgian side did not receive; Georgian artillery shelling Russian positions in Tskhinvali continues.