Parliamentary Assembly of Francophone supports Georgia
Georgia, Tbilisi, Jul. 9 / Trend N.Kirtzkhavili /
The Parliamentary Assembly of Francophone adopted a resolution on Georgia at its 33rd meeting in Paris. Resolution condemns strengthening of Russian troops in Georgia's occupied territory, as well as the construction of military and air bases, members of Georgian Parliamentary majority Chiora Taktakishvili and Shota Malashkhiya said in a briefing on July 9.
Resolution condemns recognition of two separatist regions by Russia, as well as Russia's using its right of veto on the continuation of OSCE and U.N missions in Abkhazia (Georgia) and South Ossetia (Georgia).
In its resolution the Assembly appeals to international organizations and government bodies, especially to Francophone member-states to take utmost to fulfill a ceasefire agreement signed on August 12, 2008, immediate restoration of international observation mission in Georgia's occupied territory, expand EU monitoring mission and guarantee their entry to occupied territory, develop a new peacekeeping mandate ensuring safe repatriation of refugees to Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
The Parliamentary Assembly of Francophone's 33rd meeting was held in Paris from July 2 to 6 with the participation of the Georgian delegation.Do you have any feedback? Contact our journalist at: [email protected]