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PACE for continuation of UN work in Georgia2009-04-29 10:50
Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly regards continuation of work of UN monitoring mission in Georgia as necessary, states the draft resolution on the report devoted to humanitarian consequences of conflict of Russia and Georgia, to be discussed on April 29th - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Assembly is planned to starts its work with discussion of the document.
"We reiterate our call to all parties, and especially the Russian authorities, to accept a formula for a continued, long term, mandate of the OSCE and UN missions, including their observation missions", the document states.
"We welcome the extension of the mandates of the UNOMIG and OSCE Military Monitoring Mission, which allows the continuing presence of monitors in Georgia, as, inter alia, demanded by the Assembly, " the follow-up given by Georgia and Russia to resolution 1647, states.