Azerbaijan, Baku, 15 April / Trend corr. S.Agayeva / Valeriy Chechelashvili, the GUAM Secretary-General stated that the GUAM is to make every effort to gain more international support to solve territorial conflicts in the region, during the international conference dedicated to regulation of conflicts in GUAM areas.
"We will mobilize more international support to settle the conflicts on the basis of international law standards," Chechelashvili stated.
A solution of territorial conflicts in GUAM countries must be held within the framework of territorial integrity of these countries.
Chechelashvili stated the need to hold a so-called brainstorm to develop one strategy to settle the conflicts.
GUAM countries, ( Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova) have submitted the project of resolution of General Assembly on frozen conflicts to UN.
GUAM calls nations the territorial integrity of countries where there have remained ethnical groups from the period of SSSR - Nagorno-Karabakh in Azerbaijan, Abkhazia and Tskhinvalia region in Georgia and Prednestroviye in Moldova.
Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine have reported that the frozen conflicts are causing a danger to the world and stability in the region. These countries call upon states and international organizations to assist in settling the conflicts.
Four post-Soviet republics; Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova, established the GUAM format in 1997 during a summit of presidents of European Union countries in Strasburg. In 1999, Uzbekistan joined the organization but left four years later. In 2006, at the first summit of the organization in Kiev a decision was made to announce GUAM as an international organization with a new name; Organization for Democracy and Economic Development - GUAM.
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