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PACE to hold no general discussion on Caucasus2009-03-26 10:18
At the meeting of PACE s Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights held yesterday in Berlin deputies suggested to hold no general discussion of the situation with recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia at the April session of the Assembly, stated Dmitri Vyatkin, the member of the Russian delegation - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The Committee chairperson proposed to hold no general discussion. Messages came that at the April session the topic will be discussed in the form of a regular resolution", he explained.
Vyatkin regarded this decision as decrease of the interest to the topic. In his view, "it witnesses that everybody in Europe realizes pretty well that the Georgian leadership is to blame for the events, and that conducting dialog with Russia in the regime of ultimatum is impossible".
He concluded that at the Committee meeting "all the speakers agreed that it is better to wait for the time when Russia and Georgia will dialog on this problem themselves...additional interference may bring only harm".