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Sokhumi Regime Wants to Allow UN Observers to Work on the So-called Border

01.09.2010
Sokhumi regime wants to allow the UN Observers to work on the so-called border. The representative of the Sokhumi regime Viacheslav Chirikba at the Geneva Negotiations reported to the Russian edition “Vzgliad” about it.

Chirikba said that at the next round of negotiations in Geneva the Sokhumi regime will present a new draft-project on non-use of force which will guarantee the non-use of force and maintenance of peace in the region. Within this draft-project Sokhumi regime offers the parties to deploy UN observers on both sides of the so-called border.

“They will not be peace-forces. There might be UN observation checkpoints on our side and EU observation checkpoints on Georgian side; they will observe the situation and provide the corresponding sources with information,” said Chirikba.

The next round of international negotiations on security issues in the Caucasus is scheduled for October 14, 2010.

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