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Another round of Geneva Talks on security on Caucasus begins2009-02-17 11:23
The new round of discussions on security and stability in Caucasus region starts today in the Palace of Nations in Geneva - RIA Novosti. The expected participants of the 2-day meeting are the representatives of the EU, the UN, OSCE, Russia, the USA, Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The consultations in Geneva are held in accordance with the agreements reached by the Presidents of Russia and France (Dmitri Medvedev and Nicolas Sarkozy respectively) on August 12th and September 8th 2008. The sides meet in Switzerland for the fourth time.
The Foreign Ministry of Russia counts on successful conduction of another round of discussions. "We are set for a positive outcome. It is high time for Tbilisi and other world capitals to take a close look at the situation and understand that everyone needs stability and everyone needs to develop onward relations both with Abkhazia and South Ossetia, "said Grigoriy Karasin, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia, the head of the Russian delegation.
Tbilisi, in its turn, yesterday stated its readiness to hold a constructive dialog. According to Davit Jagalania, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia, the Georgian side put a high value on the Geneva Talks. Jagalania hopes that in the course of the new round of negotiations the sides will reach specific agreements on working out mechanisms on incidents in conflict zone prevention.