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Representatives of Russian Foreign Ministry and EU sum up Gali meeting2009-07-15 17:59
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin and EU Special Envoy for the Caucasus Pierre Morel had a phone discussion of the results of the incident prevention meeting in the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict zone.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As Georgia Times reported earlier the talks involving representatives from Abkhazia, Georgia, Russia, the EU and UN were recently held in Gali.
As today's statement of the Russian Foreign Ministry reads "it was an exchange of opinions on the prospects of the work carried out in compliance with agreements on Transcaucasia reached at the Geneva discussions", - ITAR-TASS reports.
Remarkably, it was the first meeting within the pentalateral mechanism of incident prevention in the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict zone.
The negotiators believe the talks were productive. UN Secretary General's Special Envoy on Georgia Johan Verbeke emphasized that all five parties had expressed respect for each other which is a crucial point for the negotiations to progress.
It was also resolved that similar meetings would be held once in a fortnight from then on. Thus the next talks will take place in Gali on July 28.