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Seventh round of Geneva Talks began2009-09-17 13:39
The seventh round of Geneva talks on security and stability in Caucasus began in Geneva, Consultations are held under the aegis of the UN, the EU and the OSCE, participants are delegations of Abkhazia, Georgia, Russia, the USA, South Ossetia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Discussion are held behind the closed doors in the headquarters of the International Labour Organisation - ITAR TASS. Two working groups are participating: on security issues and on humanitarian ones.
The Foreign Ministry of Russia stated that its practical proposals, in the first line, the non-use of force agreement between Georgia and Abkhazia and Georgia and South Ossetia, are aimed at solution of specific security issues.
Geneva talks are held since October 2008, basing on the agreements of the Presidents of Russia and France after August events. The Russian delegation is headed by Grigori Karasin, the Deputy Foreign Minister; South Ossetian - by Boris Chochiyev, South Ossetian President's Plenipotentiary for Post-Conflict Settlement, Abkhazian - by Vyacheslav Chirikba, the Abkhazain President's Advisor for International Affairs; Georgian - by Georgi Bokeria, the Deputy Foreign Minister.
After the negotiations representatives of delegations and organisation will hold separate press conferences.