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Georgian Foreign Minister met special representative of Greece to OSCE2009-01-14 09:57
Grigol Vashadze, Georgian Foreign Minister, met the Chairman-in-Office of OSCE on Unresolved Conflicts Charalambos Christopoulos.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Since January 1 2009 Greece started its 1-year presidency in OSCE. As Georgian Foreign Minister pointed out, Tbilisi attaches great importance to activities of this organization in the country, Day.Az informs.
According to Vashadze, Georgia counts on positive decision on the question of OSCE mission in its territory prolongation.
Let us remind that the mandate expired on December 31st 2008.
Russia protested its prolongation and mentioned that the changed realities made the mandate hopelessly obsolete, it demands removal of all regulations concerning South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
Greek Foreign Ministry replied that Greek representative office will work hard to find the way to proceed OSCE activities in any form, suitable for everyone.
Vashadze and Hristopolis discussed issues of water and natural gas supplies for South Ossetia.
Georgian side expressed readiness to continue close cooperation aimed at solving the mentioned questions.
After the meeting the sides agreed to proceed consultations.