Georgia to demand from Russia commitment for ceasefire
Georgia, Tbilisi, Dec. 12 /Trend Kirskhalia/
"Georgia will demand from Russia to undertake obligation for ceasefire at the negotiations in Geneva," Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze said at today's briefing.
"The 14th round of negotiations will be held in Geneva on December 14. Georgian delegation led by Deputy Foreign Minister Sergi Kapanadze has already left for Switzerland," she said.
"During the negotiations the two working parties will meet," she added. "At the meeting of the first working party Georgian side will put a question about commitment for ceasefire, and developing a mechanism to support international security on the occupied territories.
The meeting of the second working group will focus on human rights violation on the occupied territories, civil migration safety and release of illegally detained citizens.
"At the same time, safe repatriation of refugees will be discussed," Kalandadze said.
The agenda of the meeting was coordinated during the visit of Geneva negotiations co-chairs to
Geneva talks were convened after armed conflict in Georgia in August 2008 in compliance with ceasefire agreement of August 12.