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Tbilisi: Geneva meeting has failed2010-12-17 12:58
Georgian side is unsatisfied with the results of the 16th round of Geneva talks on preventing tension in the Caucasus, Trend reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As the journalists were told by member of the Georgian delegation, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergi Kapanadze, Russian party has "cast some doubt on" the existence of a cease-fire agreement of 12 August 2008.
"We were ready to discuss the issue of non-renewal of fire in the context of this document; however, the Russian party has cast doubt on the existence of the document, which means Moscow's renunciation of fulfillment of its international obligations.This is inadmissible, and the international community should not put up with it", - Kapanadze declared.
Despite Georgia's position, co-chairmen of the negotiating process remained satisfied with the results of the 16th round of negotiations, having stressed the positive dynamics of the negotiating process in 2010.