19 April 2002 TBILISI, 19 April (Civil Georgia)–“The core problem that divides Georgia and Russia is the attitude toward fighting against terrorism,” Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov said in an interview with the Russian daily Komsomolkaia Pravda on 18 April. Ivanov said that Russia isn’t able to cope with terrorists who commit crimes in Russia […]

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