Georgian foreign ministry hopes new UN resolution will reflect country's territorial integrity

Politics Materials 1 June 2009 14:40 (UTC +04:00)

Georgia, Tbilisi, June 1 / Trend , N. Kirtskhalia/ Georgia hopes that the new UN resolution will largely reflect country's territorial integrity, Georgian Foreign Ministry's Department for European Affairs Head Shota Gvineria said at a weekly press conference.

He said the current resolution expires on June 15 and new resolution is expected to be adopted till that date.

He said Georgia believes that presence of strong UN mission in the occupied territories is crucial. The mission can perform monitor and police function, protect rule of law and human rights.

Gvineria said mission's work must be based on ceasefire agreement dated to August 12.

"We hope that the mission will be able to assess situation in the occupied territories and provide international organizations with information about situation in the occupied regions," Gvineria said.

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