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Estonia calling daily not to recognize Abkhazia and SO2010-11-12 14:32
Head of Estonian Foreign Ministry Urmas Paet has stated that EU and NATO member-countries must permanently pursue the policy of supporting Georgia's territorial integrity.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to baltija.eu, at the meeting with his Georgian colleague Grigol Vashadze, Paet underlined that European Union and NATO should insist upon adhering to the principle of Georgia's territorial integrity. "Both European Union and NATO countries should definitely respect Georgia's territorial integrity, giving daily substance to the policy of non-recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia", - he stated.
He also stressed the important role of European organizations in Georgia as a conflict preventing tool. "The current European Union observers' mission in Georgia is irreplaceable for preventing new conflicts. The mission should be given access to the regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia", - Paet added.
Earlier, head of Estonian foreign policy administration underlined that Georgia is a "significant partner" for this Baltic state. Paet made this statement in the course of his September visit to Georgia, in which context he held several meetings with the official Tbilisi representatives and visited the camps of the Georgian refugees from Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Let us remind you that President of South Ossetia Eduard Kokoity has recently stated that the republic is opposed to OSCE and EU observers' presence, so long as they are responsible for the August 2008 events together with Georgia. "We tried to reach them and explain that the situation is slowly developing its tragic consequences and one has to take radical measures on preventing this bloody massacre, - he underlined. - Ossetian people's blood is not only on Saakashvili's hands but on the hands of those European observers".
Abkhazia and South Ossetia's recognition has been recognized by four UN countries: Russia, Nicaragua, Venezuela and Nauru.