Georgian State Minister: EU should act more actively in Geneva talks
Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb. 12 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
The EU should act more actively in the Geneva talks, Giorgi Baramidze, Deputy Premier and State Minister for European Integration stated to the opening of 6th International Conference "European way of Georgia" held in Radisson Hotel today.
Baramidze said the EU observation mission will play a special role in monitoring the occupied territories of Georgia.
Baramidze spoke about ethnic cleansing facts in the occupied territories and deoccupation of regions, non-implementation of so-called 6-point agreement by Russia, and necessary measures to be taken in this direction.
The conference will center on progress reached in realization of the European Neighborhood Policy plan, the ongoing reforms in the country, the challenges facing the country after the Russia-Georgia war, Free Trade Agreement with the EU and mutual cooperation.
Tbilisi Mayor Gigi Ugulava appealed to the participants, speaking about the future cooperation between Tbilisi and the European cities and the need for integration with them.
Participants in the conference include officials of executive and legislative authorities, EU representatives, international and Georgian non-governmental organizations, diplomats participate at the conference.
The 6th conference is organized by the Office of the State for European Integration and is funded by the EU.