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Georgia to continue intensive discussion of relations with the EU2009-02-03 10:37
Georgia will continue intensive discussion of relations with the EU, stated Grigol Vashadze, the Foreign Minister of Georgia, at his yesterday's meeting with Per Eklund, Head of the Delegation of the European Commission to Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a wide range of issues was discussed, including visa facilitation by the EU for Georgia and the possibility of concluding EU-Georgia Association Agreement.
The Georgian side underlined readiness to implement the obligations of the Vienna Document 1999 (Vienna Document 1999 of the negotiations on Confidence and Security-Building Measures). At the same time it was highlighted that the position on non-admission of the inspectors from Russia remains valid. (As it is widely known, on January 22nd the Ministry of Foreign affairs of Georgia claimed force-majuere according to the Vienna Document in regards with Russia, explaining that in August 2008 Russia acted against Georgia as an aggressor and invader, and therefore it is unreasonable to let it to the military facilities).
Vashadze informed the Head of the EU delegation of his recent visit to Spain and the EU-related issues discussed in the course of that visit.