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EU intends to expand the monitoring mission in Georgia2010-03-03 17:47
Angel Moratinos, the current EU chairman, the Foreign Minister of Spain, presents an initiative to expand the monitoring mission in Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
After the meeting with Grigol Vashadze, the Foreign Minister of Georgia, at the present-day the EU monitors have no opportunity to conduct monitoring of Abkhaz and Tskhinvali regions, but work with Russian authorities in this regard is being conducted.
He highlighted that the EU supports the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia in the framework of internationally recognized borders of the country - ITAR TASS.
The EUMM has been working in Georgia since October 1st 2008, the personnel counts 300 employees. The mission head, Hansjörg Haber, said at the next stage the EUMM head said the monitoring will be conducted not only at the adjacent territories, but also Abkhaz and Tskhinvali regions themselves.