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EU, UN and OSCE delegation in Abkhazia2008-11-10 10:52
The delegation comprises Pierre Morel, the special EU representative on crisis issues in Georgia, the political councilor of the EU special representative, Rasa Ostrauskaite, the political councilor of the EU special representative, Ben Crumpton, deputy chairman of Finnish presidency in the OSCE, Jeann Talas, senior officer of сthe OSCE Secretariat on Political Issues, Harry Kamareinin, the special representative of the UN Secretary General, Iohan Verbeke, RIA-Novosti informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In the course of the visit, the delegation meets Sergey Bagapsh, the president of Abkhazia; and the Abkhazian Foreign Affairs Minister, Sergey Shamba.
Earlier the leaders of both republics claimed they would not allow EU representatives to arrive on their territories, because Brussels supported Georgia and refused to recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
According to the plan, worked out by Russian and French Presidents, Dmitry Medvedev and Nicolas Sarcosy, since October, 1st, EU observers had been positioned in Georgian districts bordering on Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Among their tasks is watching the cease-fire regime observation and control over the return of Georgian troops to the places of their constant dislocation.
Observers monitor the territories adjacent to administrative borders of Abkhazian and Tskhinval regions.