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Georgian Foreign Ministry reported about the meeting of Vashadze and Clinton2009-04-15 17:04
In the course of his visit to Washington D.C. Grigol Vashadze, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, held a meeting with Hillary Clinton, the U.S. Secretary of State. At the meeting Clinton reiterated the U.S. firm support of Georgia's independency, sovereignty and territorial integrity.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Answering the question, whether the Turkish-Armenian border be opened or not, Vashadze stated that there is no plans for opening.
Speaking on the Turkey-initiated Caucasus Stability and Cooperation Platform he said: "There are no relations between Georgia and Russia, between Azerbaijan and Armenia. Despite this, Turkey wants everybody to be reconciled. But it is impossible to achieve peace within this format". In his view, such issues require serious preparation, long and hard work.
He added that each party of the negotiations should realize: there will be no peace in the Caucasus unless the norms of the international law are obeyed. "Our region is very small, there is no place for a 3rd, 4th, 18th state here, "Vashadze said.