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Geneva Talks turned into a war of nerves2010-05-12 17:41
In the view of Soso Tsinrsadze, the Georgian expert, Geneva Talks on stability and security in Caucasus turned into a war of nerves. "They will never lead to results," he said - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The political scientist is sure trips to Geneva give the Georgian side nothing practical, but in case Tbilisi renounces them, it will lose.
In his view, the country's purpose is "not to lose in the aspect of international relations, especially when the sponsors of the negotiations are OSCE, the UN and the EU," he added.
Yet Tsintsadze suggests the new rounds will bring no result.
Previously Irakli Sesiashvili, the Georgian expert, expressed the view Geneva Talks on stability and security in Caucasus reached deadlock .
"The format of Geneva Talks didn't lead to results, and it can be said this format of negotiations is made to let the West feel to certain extent it's involved in settling conflicts, - political scientist said. - In reality negotiations are not directed at real results, and therefore they are not feasible."