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Journalists ask Presidents of Russia and Georgia to negotiate2008-12-23 09:03
Participants of the fifth international conference Gender and Media, War and Peace: Main Dangers and its Elimination, held in Tbilisi today, turned to the Presidents of Georgia and Russia with an urge to start negotiations to ensure non-renewal of combat actions and restore diplomatic relations between the two countries.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the statement of the participants, the initiative group, established at the international conference, turn to the Presidents of the two countries with a demand to get round the table and start direct negotiations to ensure: true cessation of fire, full restoration of diplomatic relations.
They also demand the Presidents to agree on necessary conditions for return of the internally displaced persons; security and life conditions for civilians; free movement in conflict areas ; constant connection and information exchange between sides of the conflict; conditions for constant social monitoring of the situation in the conflict area and functioning of fast response human rights group; establishment of united structure on lost and captured people issues and on free access to information for press, social and human rights organizations, Novosti-Gruzia informs.
The document was signed by participants from Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, the Netherlands, Kyrgyzstan, and Denmark.
According to GendermediaCaucasus, other journalist organizations, sharing the authors' of the document position, may join the statement.