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UNSC adopted resolution on mandate in Georgia and Abkhazia prolongation2009-02-13 21:04
The UN Security Council unanimously adopted the resolution on prolongation of the monitors' mandate in Georgia and Abkhazia to June 15th 2009 - RIA Novosti. According to the resolution, before this date the elements of the future UN presence in the region must be worked out, considering the recommendations to be mentioned in the report of the Secretary General, discussion in Geneva and the development of the situation on site.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The document highlights the necessity to abstain from the use of force by all the sides and implementation of the right of people for free movement and protection of the property of refugees and displaced persons. The co-authors of the text were all the five countries of the "Group of Friends of the Secretary General": Russia, the USA, France, Great Britain and Germany. In this way, the discords on the conditions of the temporary prolongation of the UN presence in the Gorgian-South Ossetian conflict mandate, existed in the UNSC between Russia and the USA , can be regarded as settled. The draft resolution was officially spread among the UNSC members at the closed consultations on February 10th .
The draft mentioned the possibility to reconfigure the future UN presence in the region. According to yesterday's messages, Abkhazia officially agreed to prolong the UN mission mandate.