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Georgian elders proposing peace to the Abkhaz2010-11-10 18:50
The Georgian elders' council at the foundation of those wishing to return to Abkhazia is calling upon their Abkhaz colleagues to an open dialogue without middlemen, Our Abkhazia reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
A strangely named organization with a council of elders is addressing the Abkhaz elders' council, calling to an open dialogue.
In the opinion of the Georgian elders, it is necessary to jointly develop a reasonable plan of actions to increase mutual trust, reconcile two nations and revive traditional values characterizing the multi-century history of the Georgians and Abkhaz' co-existence.
"One should find some real way out of this deadlock. We look into the future with hope and optimism. Thus, we reckon that our appeal and outstretched hand of reconcilement and revival of friendship will get a response".
The appeal was signed by Chairman of the Elders' Council Konstantin Marshava, Deputy Chairman of the Elders' Council Mamantiy Jolia and ten more members of the mentioned council, including the 97-year-old Terentiy Khubua.
Let us remind you that several days ago, the Elder's Council disseminated a statement calling upon Georgia to think about signing a peace treaty instead of launching another war.