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Georgia will seek after police functions for OSCE2009-06-29 15:30
The presence of military monitors of OSCE and military observers of the UN in Georgia is blocked, but Tbilisi intends to see after police functions for the OSCE mission, said today Alexander Nalbandov, the deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Tbilis also believes: before that the world community must force Russia to let the EU monitors, working in Georgia since October 2008, to Abkhazia and South Osssetia.
'The idea is to have the maximum strong and effective international missions in the occupied territories. Today, due to Russia's efforts, the OSCE mission doesn't function in Tskhinvali region, and on June 15th the UN mission activities were terminated", he said, but added it "doesn't mean it will end like this".
"We must surely continue our efforts to bring back one of the missions. We surely appreciate what the EU monitoring mission does, but it has no access to the occupied territories, and it is another field of our work," the deputy minister said.