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EU countries agreed on RU mission in Georgia mandate extension2009-07-23 17:15
According to the diplomatic source in the EU, today, at the meeting of the representatives of 27 countries the decision to extend the EU mission in Georgia mandate for 1 year was made. According to the previous messages, the mandate expires in September.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The decision will be officially endorsed on July 27th , at the EU Council sitting at the level of the foreign Ministers - ITAR TASS.
The source mentioned the today's agreement is only formal, as all the EU countries repeatedly stated ready to prolong the EU mission in Georgia mandate.
This Tuesday Carl Bildt, the Foreign Minister of Sweden (the EU president country) made a speech in the European Parliament, in which stated that the extension of the mission will be a signal of the EU's interest in playing its role in stabilization of the situation in the region and desire to implement the agreements signed in august 2008.