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Soviet Georgia Demands Talks for Independence
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Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Date: Mar 10, 1990
Start Page: 12
Section: PART-A; Foreign Desk
Abstract (Document Summary)

The official news agency Tass reported that the Georgian Parliament had adopted a resolution saying the presidency proposal restricts sovereign rights of the republic. But Tass said nothing in its four-sentence report about the section of the resolution condemning the Red Army's occupation of Georgia in February, 1921, and the subsequent treaties incorporating Georgia as part of the Soviet Union.

According to the independent news agency, the text states, "The Supreme Soviet of Georgia denounces the occupation and annexation of Georgia by Soviet Russia and considers it to be an international crime." It calls the entrance of troops "a military interference, intervention and occupation with the aim of overthrowing the existing political order."

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