Vyacheslav Kovalenko was speaking to reporters after presenting his credentials to President Mikheil Saakashvili today.
He also said that recent Georgian reports about uranium smuggling by a Russian national were based on "distorted information."
"We have recently seen deliberately distorted information with an openly anti-Russian subtext about uranium allegedly smuggled from Russia [into Georgia]," Kovalenko said. "I consider such attacks on Russia unacceptable and, of course, this does not help in creating conditions for resolving pressing issues in Russian-Georgian relations."
Kovalenko returned to Tbilisi last week, four months after he was recalled by Moscow amid a spying row.
Georgian deportees arriving in Tbilisi on October 6 (epa)
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