Georgia to Lay Down Proposals, not Demands in Geneva
Georgia, Tbilisi, Dec. 17 / corr. Trend N. Kirtskhalia / Georgia will lay down proposals but not demands at Geneva talks, Temur Yakobashvili, Georgian minister on reintegration, said on Dec. 17 before governmental meeting.
Georgia's proposal, firstly, is connected with security issues along administrative border. Moreover, it is necessary to hold plenary session which Russia avoids, he said.
It is obligatory to hold session, because issue of monitoring carried out by OSCE should be solved, Yakobashvili said.
The third round of talks in Geneva will be held on Dec. 17-18.
The first round of talks was broken by Russia. The second round of talks didn't give any results.
Beginning of talks was the result of the second round, according to experts.
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