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Document on non-use of force by Georgia is the priority of Geneva Talks2009-11-12 17:25
Working out the document on non-use of force by Georgia remains the chief priority of Geneva Talks, stated Russia's envoy to OSCE Anvar Azimov - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It's of principal importance to have this document signed or endorsed by official representatives of Georgia from the one side, and of Abkhazia and South Ossetia - from the other , he said delivering a message about the 8th round of Geneva Talks at the Permanent Council of the OSCE.
He mentioned the constructive role of the EUMM in organizing meetings in the framework of joint incident prevention and response mechanism.
He also heeded the fruitful cooperation on side of the EU monitors with Russian border guards and citing to the EUMM chiefs said the number of incidents and provocations in the region decreased.
Azimov highlighted Russia's readiness to continue Geneva Talks.