In turn, earlier the President of Russia Vladimir Putin said that Moscow negatively reacted to the entry of Georgia and Ukraine into North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.
An attempt by North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to incorporate the former Soviet republic of Georgia could trigger a new, "horrible" conflict, Russia's prime minister said Tuesday in a stern warning to the West marking 10 years since the Russia-Georgia war.
Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev holds a meeting at his Gorki residence today.
Georgia has been making efforts to restore territorial integrity of the country, said Georgia's ambassador to Turkey on the 10th anniversary of the Russia-Georgia war.
In response to Medvedev's opposition, Tengiz Pkhaladze, advisor to the president of Georgia on foreign affairs, said Georgia's integration with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation was "important for security and stability of the region".
Foreign affairs chiefs from Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Ukraine met in Georgia this week to take part in commemorations marking 10 years since Russia's 2008 invasion of the Caucasus Republic and reiterate hopes that the country could soon join North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Medvedev, who was Russia's president at the time, sent soldiers which defeated the Georgian military in five days.
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'As for the recent North Atlantic Treaty Organisation decision reaffirming its commitment to eventually admit Georgia, what can I say to this?
Dmitry Medvedev, speaking in an interview with the Kommersant daily broadcast by Russian state television, called NATO's plans to offer membership to Georgia in the future "absolutely irresponsible" and a "threat to peace", the Associated Press reports. Russian Federation interrupted and ousted the Georgian military from Tskhinvali. A destroyed tank is seen in the foreground.
Georgia on Tuesday condemned Russia's continued "occupation" of its territory, a decade after the two countries went to war over the Kremlin-backed separatist regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
'Yes, clearly so, because we view Abkhazia and South Ossetia as independent states.
Poland's top diplomat also called on Moscow to "renounce its illegal recognition of the independence of Georgian regions" (Abkhazia and Tskhinvali) and withdraw its forces in line with the 2012 ceasefire.
Under NATO rules, countries with territorial conflicts can not join the alliance. Medvedev said. "Do they understand the possible implications?" Therefore, I hope that the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leadership will have enough sense not to take any steps in this direction'.