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Georgian Foreign Ministry welcomes PACE memorandum2008-12-19 12:54
Georgian Foreign Ministry welcomes preliminary publishing of explanatory memorandum at the CE monitoring committee, held in Paris.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to statement issued by Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the presenters of the PACE monitoring committee , Mathias Yorsh (Hungary) and Luke van den Brande (Belgium) worry about tension escalation and provocations along Georgan-South Ossetian administrative border, that can result in armed conflict resumption between two CE member countries: Russia and Georgia.
«The memorandum underlines the importance of the international monitoring mission access to the territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia and internationalization of peacemaking format to restore stability in the region », Georgian Ministry highlights.
Georgian side urges world community and international organizations to take urgent measures to prevent new armed confrontation.