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Russia and USA discussed problems of Caucasus in Geneva2010-06-09 11:29
Grigoriy Karasin, the deputy Foreign Minister of Russia and Philip Gordon, the U.S. deputy Secretary of State discussed situation in Caucasus, as well as course and prospects of Geneva Talks.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The meeting of diplomats was held on June 7th in Geneva - RIA Novosti.
The Russian side emphasized the necessity of the sooner search for admissible variant of legal binding of non-use of force obligation, in particular by signing unilateral topical declarations by Abkhazian, Georgian and South Ossetian sides, the message says.
The document claims the exchange of opinions on Nagorno-Karabakh and Transnistrian settlement, situation in Central Asia and Afghanistan was held.
11th round of Geneva Talks on security and stability in Caucasus started in Switzerland on Tuesday, the participants discussed situation at the borders of Abkhazia and South Ossetia and Georgian.