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Now Americans Know How to Resolve Conflicts in Georgia2011-05-10 18:42
Today the Georgian capital hosted the presentation of the "Plan of Quick Progress in Georgian Conflicts" in the Georgian language. According to the GHN, it is an analytical work of the experts of the Center of American Progress dedicated to the issues of quick resolution of conflicts in the country.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The concept prepared by the experts Cory Welt and Samuel Charap was presented by the Head of the International Research Center of Conflicts and Negotiations Goga Khutsishvili.
The authors give the Georgian and Russian authorities some recommendations on the resolution of conflicts and a certain idea of "link-up without recognition".
"The link-up does not mean the recognition of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali and their economic integration into Europe. It means restoring confidence between the two peoples and searching for some ways of their convergence with Georgia", noted Gogi Khutsishvili in his interview to journalists. In his words, "if no link-up happens we will contribute to the recognition policy".
As regards the literal resolution of conflicts in Georgia, the American analysts believe that Russia should fulfil its liabilities to Georgia. In addition, an agreement on the humanitarian issues and on the issues of people's security should be signed between Georgia and Abkhazi and between Georgia and Tskhinvali. Georgia and Russia should also change the dynamics of their relationships.
In Khutsishvili's words, the American experts' plan has also been sent to the Georgian authorities, but its name has already caused some discontent among the higher echelons of the Georgian authorities.
Soon the project will be presented in the Russian capital, too.