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Lithuania to assist Georgia in negotiations on the EU mission in Caucasus expansion2009-07-01 14:49
Georgia and the EU must start negotiations of the EU mission in Georgia mandate expansion, stated Valdas Adamkus, the President of Lithuania, and stated ready to be the mediator in the process, RosBalt reports alluding to Imedi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The President of Lithuania believes that since the EUMM remains the only monitor in the region, its functions should be reinforced.
Georgian experts regard this initiative as quite realistic, as, in their view, Europe is interested in stability in Caucasus. They believe that most EU countries will support the expansion of the EUMM, working in the Georgia since October 1st 2008.Experts also stress the factor of Russia: though it cannot veto the EU mission in Georgia, it may not let monitors to Abkhazia and South Ossetia, as it's doing currently.