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Georgia hopes for introduction of international missions to Abkhazia and South Ossetia2009-08-14 18:34
Temporary Commission on Territorial Integrity Issues of the Parliament of Georgia counts on deployment of international missions in conflict areas, their statement says - Novosti-Guzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The commission hopes for implementation of mechanisms for return of refugees and internally displaced persons. The commission commented the recent visit of Vladimir Putin to Sokhumi.
"Visit" of Prime Minister of Russian Federation to occupied Abkhazia revealed once again that Russia continues absolute ignoring of the international law norms and principles, the international engagements, continues disrespect and defying Georgian sovereignty and reiterated decisions made by the UN Security Council, The Council of Europe and OSCE Parliamentary Assembly. By taking such steps, Russia once again makes it clear that Russia was never and is not intending to comply with any of its commitments under the six-point agreement of 12 August 2008,"the statement claims.
"According to the commission, without any previous accordance with Georgian Government, crossing the Georgia-Russian State border and Putin's voyage to Abkhazia, where the ethnic cleansing of Georgian people was carried out by Russian State twice in 1992-1993 years and August of 2008 should be considered as violation of the international law and full disrespect of Georgian sovereignty," the document states.
"Commission hopes that UN, OSCE, EU and other international organizations in conflict zones will take actions to hold international monitoring in the frameworks of already taken international documentations to create new peace format and international peaceful contingent to coerce Russian Federation follow commitments of the 6 point cease fire agreement of 12 August, 2008," the commisison's statement concludes.