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Jioyev: there was no breakthrough in Geneva2010-12-24 14:09
As was stated by Head of South-Ossetian MIA Murat Jioyev, no important decision was taken in the course of the last round of Geneva negotiations on stability and security in the Caucasus, IA Res reports".gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The only point is that a new situation has developed after the unilateral statements made by the presidents of three states that were forwarded to international organizations and that contain promises not to use force to this or that extent", - he underlined.
According to the diplomat, these statements may be a step towards the preparation to bilateral agreements to be signed at the highest level between the states and to be substantiated by the guarantees of the three states.
Let us remind you that earlier, the Georgian side had stated its dissatisfaction with the results of the 16th round of Geneva discussions. However, despite Georgia's position, co-chairmen of the negotiating process were satisfied with the results, having stressed the positive dynamics of the talks in 2010.