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PACE charges Moscow of incomplete implementation of resolutions on the Caucasus2009-01-21 16:25
Russia implemented not all regulations of the October resolution on South Ossetia, stated Luis Maria de Puig, the head of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), the statement of the Assembly press service claims.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Presidential Committee of PACE (the head of the organisation and the leaders of the five political fractions) stated that the resolution of the Russian side lacks objectiveness. The document provides no comment why did this conclusion was drawn but alludes to Puig who said that not much of the demands of the Assembly was satisfied from this point of view. - RIA Novosti. There is no explanation what exactly demands Russian didn't satisfied.
The Presidential Committee welcomed the expressed by the Russian side intention to establish open and constructive dialog with the Assembly on the conflict (Georgian-Ossetian), the statement claimed.
PACE also noticed the readiness of the Russian side to conduct dialog with the Georgian delegation in the framework of the Assembly.
These are positive moments that will undoubtedly be considered in the course of the coming discussion of relation of Georgia and Russia next week, PACE head underlined in the statement.