Up to 500 Russian troops have been training in Abkhazia, a breakaway republic claimed by Georgia, which wants to join NATO.
The official pointed to Tatarstan, a federal district in the Russian Federation, as the home of an allegedly U.S.—instigated separatist uprising.
The U.S secretary of state said, "There is broad consensus among all the NATO members that there is no normalization of dialogue with Russia today."
Russia is one of the few countries to recognize South Ossetia as independent.
Abkhazia and South Ossetia consider themselves independent from Tbilisi.
Over 1,000 pieces of equipment, including tanks and howitzers were also deployed.
International community was "not tough enough" on Moscow.
After 40 years on stage, Paata Burchuladze is running to be Georgia's next prime minister.
South Ossetian rebels are planning a referendum next year.
The joint-training centre in Tbilisi will take in its first company in the Spring.
The prosecutor has found evidence that could implicate both Russia and Georgia.