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EU observer mission demands access to Abkhasia and South Ossetia2008-11-06 15:57
EU observer mission, that started its work in Georgia after the events of August, 2008, demands access to the territories of Abkhasia and South Ossetia, said Peter Semneby, the special representative of the EU in South Caucasus, after his meeting with Georgy Arsenishvili, the chairman of Georgian Parliamentary Committee for Human Rights and Civil Integration, on Thursday.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Semneby, now EU observers can learn the situation only in so-called buffer zones on Georgian territories, but face problems every time they try to enter Abkhasian or South Ossetian territories.
On Wednesday EU observers tried to enter Gal's region of Abkhasia and caused a protest in the rule of the republic. Sergey Shamba, the Foreign Minister, called these actions illegal, as the EU mission hadn't obtained the entry permit from Abkhasian authorities.