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Meeting on incident prevention to be held in Gali2009-08-11 10:35
Today participants of Georgian-Abkhazian meeting in Gali region will discuss prevention of increase in tension at the border of Abkhazia and Georgia, said Ruslan Kishmaria, the plenipotentiary of Abkhazian leader in Gali region - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The meeting will be attended by Maxim Gvinjia, the deputy Foreign Minister of Abkhazia, and Garry Kupalba, the deputy Defense Minister.
Sergi Kapanadze, the head of the department of the international organizations of the Foreign Ministry of Georgia, said that Georgia intends to discuss possibility of free movement at the border with Abkhazia.
This is the third meeting of that kind. The first one was held on July 14th, the second - on July 28th. The meetings are chaired by Johan Verbeke, the UN Secretary General's special representative, are attended by envoys from Russia, the EU and the UN.
The sides agreed to hold regular meetings in the course of the 6th round of Geneva Talks.
Previously Georgia Times reported of Paata Davitaya's [Vice Speaker of Georgian Parliament] statement about the increasing tension at the Georgian-Abkhazian border. He believed that it was caused by the Russian and Abkhazian border guards struggling for the control over the border.