"It (Georgia's entry to NATO) could provoke a bad conflict".
Georgian government continued their efforts for reconciliation by carrying out a policy dialogue for restoring territorial integrity, Koplatadze said.
"I think I did the right thing when made a decision to exercise restraint and not to force events", said head of government Medvedev that held the post of President of Russian Federation in 2008-2012.
"This is a war against Georgia, an aggression, an occupation, and a blatant violation of global law", Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili told a round table meeting attended by Georgian government officials and visiting foreign ministers of Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine's vice premier.
The first is that ever since Russia's invasion of the Georgian breakaway province of South Ossetia in 2008, it has maintained military bases on territory that is internationally recognised as Georgian.
Recall that on 5 January 2008, Georgia simultaneously with the presidential election held a referendum on the question of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation membership. After the cessation of hostilities, Moscow officially recognized the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
"Any illegitimate activity is unacceptable for us", Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said.
"There is an unresolved territorial conflict ... and would they bring such a country into the military alliance?"
Medvedev added that NATO's expansion is a threat to Russian Federation. "Do they understand the possible implications?"
Under NATO rules, countries with territorial conflicts can not join NATO.
Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday (19 July) warned North Atlantic Treaty Organisation against cultivating closer ties with Ukraine and Georgia, saying such a policy was irresponsible and would have unspecified consequences for the alliance.
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation expansion causes concern in Moscow, as the military capabilities of the Alliance, including nuclear weapons aimed at Russian Federation.