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PACE representatives arrived to Georgia2013-05-14 12:41
Delegation of the PACE co-rapporteurs on Georgian-Russian relations arrived to Tbilisi today, May 14, the GHN reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As stated by the member of the monitoring group, the PACE deputy Aandreas Herkel, they have already visited Moscow and held talks there with the Russian deputation.
"Moscow does not intend to recall its recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which creates additional problems in the relations between the two countries. Europe recognizes the territorial integrity of Georgia and conducts a policy of non-recognition of these regions, and we are seeking for common ground between Georgia and Russia," said Aandreas Herkel. "We hope to find a common approach to problem solving and we are going to present our vision of the possible cooperation at the PACE session."
Herkel stressed that in Tbilisi, the PACE co-rapporteurs were scheduled to hold meetings in the Georgian Parliament and to discuss the prospects of development of Georgian-Russian relations.
PACE Monitoring Committee is studying the performance by Georgia and Russia of the resolution adopted by the organization after the Georgian-Russian conflict in 2008, the Trend recalls.