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OSCE calls the agreement signed in Geneva a “vital step forward”2009-02-19 16:56
The OSCE hails the agreement on mechanisms of incident prevention in conflict zones of Georgia, reached at the Geneva Talks, and calls it a ‘vital step forward" - Rossiya-Gruzia agency informs alluding to Charalampos Christopoulos, the Special Envoy of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The statement is published at the OSCE official site.
According to Christopoulos, "The OSCE stands ready to assist to make these mechanisms work effectively."
He underlined that all the participants of the discussions much appreciated the OSCe role in gas supplies resumption issue to Tskhinval in January.
In his view, it witnesses that the Organization can continue its role in restoration of trust and security in the region.
OSCE continues work to resume drinking and irrigation water supplies and assist the interested ides to solve humanitarian issues, the Envoy said.
Let us remind that the fourth round of the Geneva Talks was held on February 17th -18th and was the only round so far that brought results.
According to the document, representatives of the structures ensuring security in the areas of South Ossetian and Abkhazian conflict will conduct weekly meetings to exchange information and coordinate their actions. Their tasks will be: detecting and monitoring potential risks, solution of humanitarian aid delivery and escort issues, and investigation of incidents, for the sake of which the mechanism of agreed visiting of places of incidents is implied.