Georgia, Tbilisi, Jan. 27 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
Today, a Georgian delegation left for Geneva to attend the ninth round of international talks on security in the Caucasus, which involve the U.N., EU, U.S., Georgia, Russia, as well as delegations from the unrecognized governments of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
The talks will revolve around Russia's military contingent to international forces as a prerequisite for the safe return of refugees to their homes, head of the interim administration of South Ossetia Dmitry Sanakoyev said before flying to Geneva.
According to Interior Ministry Analytical Department head Shota Utiashvili, who is part ofthe delegation, they will attempt to formalize an agreement between the parties to the conflict on the non-use of force.
"The separatists will try to smuggle in design of such an agreement," he said.
He said that the Georgian side will raise the issue on deployment of international forces in the occupied territories.
"This is the only guarantee to the return of refugees to their homes," he said.
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