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South Ossetia and Abkhazia failed to reach understanding with Georgia and the USA2010-06-09 17:51
Position of Abkhazia and South Ossetia found no understanding with Georgian and American delegations at the 11th round of Geneva Talks on security and stability in Caucasus, their joint statement says - Regnum.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"In the working group, where problems of ensuring security were considered, representatives of Georgia and the USA made another attempt to block the key issue of the discussions - the draft of the non-use of force document. Instead of it the co-moderators attempted to propose consideration of secondary issues, which have no sense without ensuring security guarantees for Republic of South Ossetia and Republic of Abkhazia," the statement says.
It highlights the co-moderators ignored the inadmissible in negotiations' practice, provocative statements and offensive behaviour of Georgian delegates, and it made normal work of the second working group impossible.
"Such destructive and irresponsible practice carries a threat of deranging discussions and questions reaching agreements, concerning fates of many people, in the nearest prospects," statement says.
The document stated the intention of Abkhaz and Ossetian sides to search for solutions, acceptable for all parties of the Geneva Talks, but believe this work is possible only with unbiased attitude of co-moderators to all parties.
They stated intention to continue participation in the process, considering its uselessness without participation of all parties. "Abkhaz and South Ossetian sides express hope that co-moderators will revise approaches to proposals of participants disregard what countries they represent," document concludes.