Rasmussen concerned over political detentionsi n Georgia
 Tbilisi 15:23 - 12.11.12 «GHN»
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NATO Secretary General has commented on recent developments in Georgia in his speech delivered at the Parliamentary Assembly of the NATO held in Prague today.

`I command elections and transfer of power, but I will not hide it - I am extremely concerned by what is happening now, especially the arrest of political opponents. NATO remains committed to Georgian membership and I do not want to interfere in judiciary issues, but there are standards to be respected and you cannot have politically motivated trials,` Rasmussen announced.



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