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Abkhazia will possibly participate in the UN Security Council2008-12-30 13:54
Great Britain regards continuation of Genovese process, as well as the UN mission in Abkhazia and the EU monitors functioning as necessary, stated Denis Keefe, British ambassador in Georgia, after meeting with Sergey Bagapsh, the President of Abkhazia, in Sokhumi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Keefe, he came to Abkhazia as an ambassador, interested in search of peaceful settlement of the conflict, RosBalt informs.
In his view, the UN and the EU perform key functions in safeguarding stability in the region, which is essential for further search for way to settle the conflict.
According to the ambassador, Abkhazian administration is not interested in the EU presence, whereas Britain does. Great Britain is the permanent member of the UN Security Council, it is responsible for the situation in the region and intend to do something to settle it.
When he was asked why does Britain, together with other UN Security Council members, is against the presence of Abkhazian representatives at the Council meting and at the discussions of the situation in the region, he answered that Abkhazia is no UNSC member, but the question of their presence at the Sc meetings will possibly be discussed in near future.
Keefe said that this evening he plans to meet members of non-governmental organizations, tomorrow- to visit Gali district and see the situation with his own eyes.