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Georgia welcomes the document adopted by European Council2010-04-28 14:07
Georgia welcomes the final document adopted on April 26 by the European Council of the European Union concerning the common policy in the field of defense and safety, GeorgiaTimes correspondent in Tbilisi reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Georgian MFA, the document specifies the mission of the EU monitoring and underlines once again the strong support of Georgia's independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity.
"The Georgian party welcomes the fact that the European Council stressed the necessity of realizing all the 6 items of the agreement of 12 August 2008 and called upon the parties to take constructive part in Geneva negotiations", - goes the commentary of the Georgian foreign policy administration.
The fact that European Union has stressed the necessity of realizing the EU mission mandate within the whole territory of Georgia including Abkhazia and South Ossetia was also assessed by Tbilisi as rather important.
"The Georgian party shares the position of the European Council, so long as the European Union Monitoring Mission has made and keeps making considerable contribution to the stabilization and normalization of the situation in Georgia", - MFA says.
According to the information provided by the foreign policy administration, EU estimates the new strategy of the Georgian government in these republics as positive, especially the proposals on establishing free movement along the administrative borders as a way to restore trust.