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Tbilisi is content with the results of the 6th round of the Geneva Talks2009-07-02 11:57
Tbilisi regards the 6th round of the Geneva Talks as effective.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the statement spread by the Foreign Ministry of Georgia, at the meeting of working group on incident prevention mechanisms the agreement in regard to Abkhazia was reached, the mechanisms will be started in Gali since July 14th.
The Georgian side raised the issue of deployment of international peacemaking and police forces in the territory of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
The Georgian delegation presented its draft document on non-use of force, mentioning the "deoccupation of the country", implementation of all the points of the cease-fire agreement of June 12th 2008 and step-by-step deployment of international peacemaking and police forces in the territory of the republics.
According to the Ministry, the Russian side was not ready to discuss the proposals of the Russian side. The Georgian side expressed hope the Russian delegation will be ready to do it at the next round.
Hansjörg Haber, the EUMM head underlined Georgia's implementation of all the obligations to the EU Mission, and Russia's accusations of Georgia's military build-up being wrong, the Ministry highlights.