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Tbilisi deplores the non-prolongation of the UN mission in Caucasus2009-06-16 14:49
Temur Iakobashvili, the Vice Prime Minister of the government of Georgia, the State Minister for Reintegration Issues, deplored the non-prolongation of the UN Mission in Georgia, he stared before today's meeting of the Cabinet - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We deplore there will be no more UN Mission in Georgia, as it could have done many good. At the same time it is important to notice with the help of its friends Georgia managed to avoid the loss of its territorial integrity and sovereignty," Iakobashvili said.
He said Tbilisi "wished the UN Mission to be in Georgia, and the corresponding resolution of the UN Security Council to be adopted in accordance with the international". "But it looks like Russia choose another way, and had to use its right for veto in the issue, what it hasn't done since 1990s", Iakobashvili said.
The State Minister mentioned Georgia has other mechanisms of international monitoring in Abkhazian region, in particular, the EU monitoring mission, which has the right to conduct monitoring in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. "We hope that sooner or later the EU monitors will conduct monitoring in that regions as well", Iakobashvili said.