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EU monitors intensified patrolling2009-08-07 10:14
In the light of the coming anniversary of August events the EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia (EUMM) intensified patrolling.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"In recognition of the sensitivity of the current period, the EU Monitoring Mission has intensified its patrolling. Our patrols are working day and night to monitor the situation on the ground, with the aim of maintaining security and stability for the people who live on both sides of the boundary lines, "the statement, published on the official EUMM site, states.
The Mission also calls on all parties to "refrain from any words or actions that could be misunderstood or misinterpreted. It is in everyone's interest that the situation remains calm and stable". The EU reminds that worrisome issues and messages on firings can be discussed in the framework of incident prevention mechanism meetings.
"We stand ready to facilitate further meetings between the parties as necessary. We are also willing to examine further evidence if given access across the administrative boundary lines to do so," the statement adds.