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OSCE agreed with Georgia on mandate prolongation2009-03-23 17:32
The acting OSCE chairperson, the Foreign Minister of Greece, Dora Bakoyannis underlined that the EU mission in Georgia must not be left alone.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The EU cannot fully replace the OSCE mission, she said at today's briefing devoted to the results of the negotiations with her Georgian counterpart Grigol Vashadze.
Bakoyannis stated that together they discussed all their initiatives on the OSCE mission in Georgia prolongation. She noted that the talk was constructive, and the Georgian side showed maximum understanding.
She didn't explain the details of the mandate prolongation but only said that it proceeds from the respect for the territorial integrity of Georgia principle.
In his turn, Vashadze highlighted that the proposal includes sensible compromises. According to the Minister, the Georgian side fully supports the idea to preserve the OSCE mission in Georgia and is ready to cooperate.