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EU to inspect military bases in Georgia2010-07-05 12:45
From now on EU monitors will be able to conduct monitoring of Georgian military bases - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The due amendment in to the text of Memorandum on Understanding has been adopted by Bacho Akhalaya, the Minister of Defense of Georgia, and Hansjörg Haber, the European Union Monitoring Mission in Georgia [EUMM] head.
"The amendment sets out a number of technical measures designed to improve co-operation between the Mission and the Ministry, in particular with regard to access to military facilities by Mission staff. Its implementation will further increase the transparency of military dispositions on the Georgian side. It will therefore contribute to enhancing military confidence building along the administrative boundary lines with Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Reciprocating steps on the other side of the administrative boundary lines would be a very welcome complement to these arrangements," the statement of the EUMM says.
The aforesaid Memorandum was signed in late January 2009. The document implies restriction of movements of Georgia's Armed Forces along the borders of Abkhazia and South Ossetia and prior informing the Mission on re-deployment the troops.