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Negotiations on OSCE mission in Georgia prolongation suspended2009-05-14 16:32
Greece, the chair country of the OSCE, adjourned the negotiations on the organization's mission presence in Georgia to indefinite time, stated today Mara Marinaki, the chairperson of the OSCE Permanent Council - Regnum.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The negotiations started in end, when the member countries failed to reach agreement on the mission resumption.
"Following five months of intensive informal negotiations, it is now time to take stock of what has been accomplished," Marinaki said. "We need to review the results of our efforts to build the required consensus around the Greek proposal based on the 'status-neutral' formula that would allow the OSCE to continue its crucial work in Georgia. We have repeatedly said we need more, not less, OSCE in the region. We call on all participating States to show strong political will to this end," Marinaki said.
"Despite the suspension of the talks, we remain hopeful that we will still be able to reach consensus soon," she added.