Russia tables own UN Georgia text
Russia has circulated its own draft UN Security Council resolution aimed at bringing peace to Georgia, a day after rejecting a rival French document.
The Russian text endorses a six-point ceasefire plan signed by Moscow and Tbilisi last week.
Moscow earlier said it could not back the French draft that demanded an immediate Russian pullout from Georgia.
The US and its European allies have criticised Russia for keeping its troops in Georgia despite the truce.
All this shows how far apart Russia is from the West, says the BBC's Laura Trevelyan at the UN headquarters in New York.