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Karasin: Georgia must sign a binding document on non-use of source2009-05-20 10:10
A binding document on non-use of force must be signed between Georgia and South Ossetia, as well as between Georgia and Abkhazia, said Grigoriy Karasin, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia, after the 5th round of Geneva Talks on security and stability on Caucasus - ITAR TASS. "Only this can be the guarantee that the events of August 2008 will not repeat," he added.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Karasin , in the course of the 5th round of Geneva Talks a number of compromise decisions was made. "The two groups were sitting: one - on security and stability, the second - on humanitarian issues. In my view, in both quite effective recommendations and decisions were made ", the diplomat said.
Karasin also mentioned that in the nearest future a 4-sided meeting of the mechanism of joint incident prevention will be held in locality Dvani at the border of Georgia and south Ossetia. The mechanism of joint incident prevention was worked out in the course of the previous round of Geneva Talks.