Mandate of EU Mission Will Be Extended for One Year in Georgia
Mandate of the EU mission will be extended for one year in Georgia. Member states of the European Union made this decision at the special meeting. 27 members of the organization decided at the ministerial of foreign ministers. “Extending the mandate of the mission means that the EU is interested in stability in the region and in the implementation of the agreement signed in August, 2008”- stated Carl Bildt, foreign minister of Sweden. The Russian Federation vetoed the mandates of the UN and OSCE missions.
Source: News Agency Pirveli
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