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Bagapsh promised not to let EU monitors to Abkhazia2009-02-12 09:56
Sergey Bagapsh, the President of Abkhazia claimed that all hopes for replacement of the UN mission by the EU mission are groundless.gt-en-newsitem-inside
There will be no EU Mission monitors in Abkhazia, he said at yesterday's meeting with Peter Semneby, the EU special envoy in South Caucasus.
"We are strongly against the establishment of such mission, and all the urges of the European countries to Moscow to influence the Abkhazian side will have no prospective", Bagapsh said - ITAR TASS.
Touching upon the sovereignty of the republic, he highlighted that "the European Parliament and the EU should understand once for all that there will be no discussions of the status of Abkhazia". "When Europeans demand from Russia to change their decision on the recognition of Abkhazia, they nonplus the situation. There is no need to solve the problem via Russia: if the EU has any question about Abkhazia, they should turn to the authority of the republic", he concluded.
Issues of EU monitors presence in the territory of Abkhazia or continuation of the UN mission activities there, issues of reception or non-reception of the ambassadors accredited in Georgia, are issues to be decided by authority of Abkhazia, Bagapsh concluded.