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Georgia insists on its recognition as the victim of the aggression2009-11-11 17:26
Georgia is ready to consider the non-use of force agreement in case it will be recognized as the victim of the aggression, says today's comment of the Information and Press department of the Foreign Ministry of Georgia to the article "Transcaucasia in the Geneva Format" by Russian Deputy Foreign Minister G. Karasin published by Izvestia Newspaper on 10 November 2009.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In his article Karasin stated the main priority in Geneva is connected with the legal fixing of Georgia's non-use of force obligations in that form of an official document. In his view, signing it by representatives of Georgia from the one side, and Abkhazia and South Ossetia from the other is of critical importance.
"As for the agreement on the non-use of force, the Georgian side is ready to consider the possibility of elaborating such document provided that parties to it will be Russia as an aggressor and Georgia as a victim of aggression, the 20 percent of whose territory is presently occupied", the Foreign Ministry said in response.
It also highlights the interest in Russia's taking legal obligation on non-use of force.
Today the 8th round of Geneva Talks has started today.