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OSCE member countries Foreign Ministers adopt a declaration on Georgia2008-12-04 13:42
The participants of the 16th OSCE member countries Foreign Ministers Council, to be held today in Helsinki, intend to adopt a declaration on Georgia, RosBalt informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Georgian mass media, last evening Alexander Strubb, the Foreign Minister of OSCE chair, Finland, stated that a political declaration is in store. He reminded that such joint documents hadn't been adopted since 2002.
The basis of the document is expected to be the cease-fire agreement, adopted after the conflict in the Caucasus in August.
It is expected to agree on non-renewal of fire, access for OSCE monitors to the conflict area, where they were banished from during the five-day war.
Besides, OSCE members intend to back the demand to withdraw Russian forces from Georgia.
At the meeting Russian delegation will be headed by Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov.