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Non-aggression agreement remains the main topic of Geneva Talks2009-09-18 11:01
Geneva Talks participants agreed to continue work on definition of core principles of the non-aggression agreement between Georgia and Abkhazia and Georgia and South Ossetia, said Grigori Karasin, the head of the Russian delegation - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Yesterday the 7th round of Geneva Talks on security in Caucasus under the aegis of the UN, the EU and the OSCE was held, participants were delegations of Abkhazia, Georgia, Russia, the USA, South Ossetia.
The Russia, South Ossetian, Abkhazian sides intended to talk abou the necessity to sign legally binding agreement on non-use of force between Georgia and Abkhazia and Georgia and South Ossetia.
Karasin said Georgia expressed readiness to discuss the possibility of signing such an agreement. He added that, in his view, Georgia's position was counter-productive.
Geneva Talks started in October 2008, and the only result of the previous meetings was a document with proposals on joint incident prevention and response in Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia.