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Georgia ready to state demands to Russia2011-03-03 12:37
Georgian delegation went to Geneva to another round of consultations on security in the Caucasus, - Vzglyad.ru reportsgt-en-newsitem-inside
The delegation was headed by Secretary of Security Council of Georgia Giga Bokeria.
Bokeria is going to demand "de-occupation" from Russia as before and is ready to suggest new safety mechanisms.
Georgian delegation is intended to demand that Russia sign an agreement on the non-use of force.
"President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili stated it this November from the rostrum of the European Parliament; later on, this obligation was confirmed by Georgia in a written from in its appeals to international organizations, so now we are waiting for similar actions from Russia", - Deputy Foreign Minister Sergo Kapanadze commented on the matter.
Georgian delegation in Geneva will raise the issue of allowing international observers to Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
"We mean peacemaking and police forces but one should start with the international observers' monitoring at the first stage", - Kapanadze said.
In its turn, Russia speaks out for the signing of an agreement on the non-use of force between Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia.