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PACE against Russian military presence in Caucasus region2009-04-29 14:59
PACE rapporteurs are against Russian military presence in the region of the Georgian-South Ossetian conflict - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
PACE cannot agree with keeping military presence of Russia in the region, said Luc van den Brande, PACE rapporteur, in the course of the discussion on implementation of the January resolution by Georgia and Russia.
In his view, the sides in the region must renounce the restriction on humanitarian aid access, as well as the restrictions on monitors' access and stop further militarization.
Brande highlighted that only Russia recognized the independency of Abkhazia and South Ossetia and reiterated the position of inadmissibility of decision on recognition.
Matyas Eorsi, another rapporteur of PACE mentioned that, in his view, the situation in the conflict area deteriorated. He said that Russia hasn't changed its position and military contingent is still in the region.
Eorsi expressed view that PACE should return to discussion of situation in Caucasus in October.