UN Secretary General’s Representatives Hold Meetings in Tbilisi
Georgia, Tbilisi, 8 July / corr. Trend N.Kirtzkhalia / The United Nation's Secretary General is concerned on the tense situation in the conflict zones in Georgia, Bertran Ramsharan, the UN Secretary General's special representative, the head of assessment mission on the Georgian and Abkhazian peace process, said in Tbilisi on 8 July.
"The Secretary General is interested in search of all possible ways to settle a conflict in Abkhazia and to relax tension," he said, stressing that situation was really tense and needs relaxation and their presence.
The mission will hold meetings in Tbilisi and Sukhumi. Members of the delegation met with Yekaterina Tkeshelashvili, the Georgian Foreign Minister, Kakha Lomaya, secretary of the Security Council, and Yekaterina Zguladze, the Deputy Interior Minister, on 8 July. All meetings focused on situation in conflict zones.
Ramsharan said that he intended to hold consultations with representatives of the UN Secretary General's Friends Group countries on Georgia and to give his recommendations to the Secretary General.
Zguladze said that decision would be taken on situation in Abkhazia after meetings held in Georgia.
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