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Saakashvili’s statements to be discussed in Geneva2011-02-16 17:26
As was stated by EU Spokesman Pierre Morel, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili's statements on military force renunciation will become subject of further discussions at Geneva talks, IA Res reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At the same time, Morel underlined that Saakashvili's promises that are substantiated so far only by UN's official letter do not satisfy South Ossetia's expectations.
It should be noted that earlier, Deputy Foreign Minister of South Ossetia Alan Pliyev underlined that the promises on force renunciation voiced by President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili at the Munich safety conference cannot be taken seriously without a relevant agreement with international guarantees.
According to Pliyev, Saakashvili is trying to verbally promise what South Ossetia has been trying to document by a written treaty for several years with the support of OSCE, Russia and other interested countries, that is, to sign a force renunciation document.
"Only such an agreement with international guarantees may be taken seriously but not the promises of the Georgian leader, especially after his appeal for peace to the world on the night of August 8, 2008 and the concentrated fire at Tskhinval and the Georgian aggression against South Ossetia that followed", - the diplomat remarked.