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France calling upon Russia to start a dialogue with Georgia2010-11-25 13:08
Official Paris supports the Georgian president's peaceful initiative and calls upon Russia to start a dialogue with Tbilisi, GHN reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to French Foreign Minister Michele Alliot-Marie, «France welcomes the liability on the non-use of force in respect of Abkhazia and South Ossetia and Russian military located there, which was solemnly undertaken by the head of Georgia before European Parliament in Strasbourg".
At the same time, France fully supports Mikheil Saakashvili's readiness to start a dialogue with Russian government.
"The mentioned circumstances are a clear step towards setting up peace", - goes the statement of the French MFA.
In this respect, France is calling upon all the parties participating in Geneva negotiations to accept "the stretched hand by way of displaying trust", including by way of prisoners liberation and admitting European Union monitoring mission into the whole territory of Georgia.