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Non-aggression agreement to be the main topic of Geneva Talks2009-09-17 11:24
Today the 7th round of Geneva Talks takes place. Delegations from Russia, South Ossetia and Abkhazia will again draw attention of Georgia and Western co-chairmen to the necessity to sign a legally binding agreement on non-use of force between Georgia and Abkhazia and Georgia and South Ossetia, says Grigori Karasin, the head of the Russian delegation - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Boris Chochiyev, the Plenipotentiary of the South Ossetian President for post-conflict settlement, mentions that Tskhinval delegation will raise question about the fate of South Ossetian citizens detained by Georgian special services.
The main point to be raised by the Georgian delegation will be the implementation of the UN GA- adopted [on Septemeber 9th, without consideration of opinions of Abkhazia and SO] resolution on return of refugees and internally displaced persons.
Russia voted against this resolution. According to Karasin, the Georgian side "by hook or by crook wants to resolve its political agenda and in this cunning way to restore lost in August 2008 territorial integrity, which, as we know, was lost exactly due to aggressive adventurous course of the present-day Georgian government".
Sokhumi delegation intends to discuss the latest actions of Georgia in the Tblack sea. "From our prospective, Georgia's piratical actions must be condemned, because it's obviously for everyone takes place in neutral waters. Abkhazia repeatedly stated its readiness by diplomatic methods", said Sergey Shamba, the Foreign Minister of Abkhazia.