In the case of the Organization for Democracy and Economic Development- Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova (GUAM) countries forms peacemaking forces, all decisions will only be made and implemented with the UN's permission, reported Oleg Demin, the Ukrainian ambassador to Russia.
Demin noted that there were many problems in GUAM countries, especially terrorism.
The infrastructure of these peacemaking forces has not yet been determined. The main assignment of the peacemaking forces will be regarding the struggle with terrorism," Demin added.
Each country, united in GUAM, has work experience in peacemaking forces. The Ukraine especially has vast experience, RBK reported.
GUAM was formed by post-Soviet countries at the summit of the European Union in Strasburg in 1997. In 1999, Uzbekistan joined the organization only to separate again after four years.
It was decided that GUAM should be announced as an international organization and it was named the Organization for Democracy and Economic Development- GUAM during the first GUAM session in 2006.