Georgia is preparing to Geneva talks
During the Geneva talks the Georgian side intends to demand from Russia a commitment on non-resumption of fire. According to Trend, Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze announced this to reporters today at the press briefing.
She recalled that the 14th round of talks will be held in Geneva on December 14. Georgian delegation has already left for Switzerland. It is headed by Deputy Foreign Minister Sergi Kapanadze.
Kalandadze has clarified that as a part of the talks, the meeting of the two working groups will be held in parallel. Georgia intends to raise the issue of Russian commitment on non-resumption of fire at the first working group meeting.
The second working group will consider the issues of human rights violations at the "occupied" territories and the problems of the safe return of refugees.
Kalandadze recalled that the Geneva talks started to be held after the armed conflict in Georgia in August 2008 in accordance with the ceasefire agreement of 12 August the same year.