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UNSC to discuss the change of mandate of the mission in Georgia and Abkhazia2009-05-27 12:30
Today the UN Security Council will conduct consultations to discuss Secretary General's proposals on changing the mandate of the UN mission in Georgia and Abkhazia , RIA Novosti reports alluding to the permanent representative office in Russia [the president country in the UNSC in May]gt-en-newsitem-inside
The present-day mandate expires on June 15th. Before that date the UNSC must adopt a resolution prolonging the mandate and, perhaps, changing its tasks, basing on Ban Ki-moon's proposals.
Accoerding t the previous messages, on may 18th the UN Secretary General presented the Security Council the report, in which, in fact, proposed to establish a new security regime between Georgia and Abkhazia. Following Ban Ki-mon's assessment, on the basis of this regime a new mission mandate may be worked out.
"The Report of the Secretary General presented according to the resolutions of the Security Council 1808, 1839,1866" will be officially presented by the UN Secretary General's Special Representative, Johan Verbeke. For the first time the title of the document doesn't mention Abkhazia's belonging to Georgia, as it was in the previous reports on the topic.