Georgia intends to deploy an international police force in Abkhazia and South Ossetia

Georgia will seek to accommodate «international peacekeeping police force in the Abkhazian and Tskhinvali regions, and a phased deokkupatsii these territories», said Deputy Foreign Minister Giga Bokeria country, the head of the Georgian delegation at the Geneva consultations for the settlement and stabilization of the situation in the Caucasus, ITAR-TASS.
«The deployment of international peacekeeping police force in the occupied territories of Russia and Abkhazia regions of Tskhinvali, a phased deokkupatsiya these areas, the implementation of Russia all earlier agreements, which she violated - are key questions that Georgia and the international community will be constantly put in the negotiations at various levels», said before in Switzerland Bokeria.

18 May 2009 | abkhazia, georgia, ossetia, peacekeepers, police

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