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Co-chairmen of Geneva Talks expect a breakthrough2010-05-14 11:06
According to Antti Turunen, the UN special representative, critical issues between Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia are being hard to solve, but constructive approach to their solution is obvious, and further steps on trust reinforcement are possible - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He said in Tskhinvali the co-chairmen of Geneva Talks heard of a possible resumption of mechanism for incident prevention and response work. In is opinion, a good basis for continuation of discussions in Geneva Talks is found.
From his turn, the EU special envoy Pierre Morel, the head of the co-chairmen delegation, highlighted the release of three Georgian citizens and practically completed work on clarification of fate of the missing South Ossetian citizens also gives hope for resumption of mechanism's work.
Morel added the key component of the international institutes' work involved in the process, is the agreement on non-use of force between the countries.
The OSCE special envoy, Bulat Nurgaliyev, said he "has a feeling" that movement forward is possible, new moments appeared, and the co-chairmen would try to use to accomplish the main mission - be objective mediators of conflict's sides approximation.