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Georgia has rejected project on the nonuse of force proposed by Russian side2013-03-28 11:48
Georgia has rejected a document proposed by Russia on the nonuse of force between Georgia on the one hand and Sukhum and Tskhinval on the other. As reported by the News-Georgia, this was announced by the State Secretary, Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin after the 23rd round of the Geneva discussions on Transcaucasia on Wednesday, March 27.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Special attention was devoted to the question of the nonuse of force, since this is the core task of the Geneva discussions - to achieve a legally binding agreement on nonuse of force between Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia ... Unfortunately, the Georgian side, insisting on some unilateral commitments not to use force on the part of Russia, has again blocked the work on this project. For us, this is fundamentally unacceptable, and thus they have blocked the work," Karasin said.
"Due to unavailability of the Georgian side to the expert review of the draft statement of all participants of the Geneva discussions on the nonuse of force prepared by the co-chairs it was decided to postpone it until the next meeting. South Ossetian and Abkhaz sides have stressed the priority of bilateral binding agreements on security guarantees with Georgia and unacceptability of Tbilisi's attempts to move away from the topic," the VZGLYAD cites a release by the Russian Foreign Ministry.
The next meeting in Geneva is scheduled for late June.