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Within three days CE discusses Caucasian conflict consequences2008-12-01 13:07
Consequences of the conflict in the Caucasus will be discussed at the autumn session of local and regional authorities Congress of the Council of Europe, that will be held in Strasbourg on December 1st - 3rd .gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the CE information bureau in Georgia, the debates start on December, 2nd .
The consequences of the conflict for local authorities are going to be discussed at the Congress, Day.Az informs.
The expected participants are: Tomas Hammerberg, the CE Human Rights Commissioner, Larisa Khabitsova, the Speaker of North Ossetian parliament, Gigi Ugulava, the Mayor of Tbilisi, representatives of PACE, Mamuka Abuladze and Svetlana Orlova, the leaders of respectively Georgian and Russian delegations in the Congress.
At the session the draft of resolution appealing local and regional authorities of European countries to grant aid local and regional authorities is going to be presented. The author of the project is Dubravka Suika, the deputy head of the Congress. The document implies aid - both urgent and long-term - for everyone who suffered in the result of the conflict - directly or indirectly.