The report of UN Secretary-General made no mention of the affiliation of Abkhazia to Georgia

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon presented to the Security Council a report on the future activities of UN observers in Georgia and Abkhazia. This emphasizes that in the title of the report submitted to speech UN Secretary-General for a three-day delay, there is no mention of the affiliation of Abkhazia to Georgia. As specified in the Russian postpredstve at the UN, Ban Ki-moon, a document called "Report of the Secretary-General submitted in accordance with Security Council resolutions 1808, 1839 and 1866."
Recall the difficulty of choosing names triggered a three-day delay in providing генсеком its report to the UN Security Council. United States insisted on the version of the title of the document, in which Abkhazia would be mentioned as part of Georgia, while Russia has sought a more streamlined language. It should be noted that all previous reports of secretary general on this topic called "About the situation in Abkhazia, Georgia."
The delay in reporting, as well as the fact that the document could be entitled to the wishes of Russia and Abkhazia, have led to diplomatic conflicts at a conference on security in the Caucasus, which began May 18 in Geneva. The delegation from Abkhazia, dissatisfied absence of the report of UN secretary general, demonstrative, left the courtroom. After Abkhazia to participate in an event is given the delegation of the Russian Federation and South Ossetia.
South Ossetia and the Russian delegation said that the talks will resume only if the conference will return to the Abkhaz side. Delegates from Abkhazia, in turn, promised to return to the meeting, provided that prior to May 19, they will receive the text of the report, Ban Ki-moon.
Conference in Geneva is the fifth round of talks on security in Caucasus aimed at resolving the conflict between Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia. The negotiating process between the parties, which began 15 October 2008, was initiated by the President of Russia Dmitry Medvedev and French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

19 May 2009 | abkhazia, georgia, report, transcaucasia, un

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