SUKHUM -- The Abkhaz side is disappointed over the results of the tenth round of international discussions on security in Transcaucasia, the President of Abkhazia’s envoy to Geneva discussions Vyacheslav Chirikba said.
According to him “both the Abkhaz and South Ossetian delegations are not satisfied with the fact that during the discussions we failed to proceed to a substantial discussion of an agreement on the non-use of force”. “We expressed concern about delay with working out a document on the non-use of force and released a joint statement. The Russian delegation proposed a compromise draft document which was supported by the South Ossetian and Abkhaz parties, but we failed to start discussing it because of Georgia’s and Geneva process moderators’ position”, Chirikba said.
“Georgia’s representatives refuse to discuss a draft agreement on the non-use of force and try to bring up for discussion the so-called draft of “deoccupation of Abkhazia and South Ossetia” what is unacceptable for us”, Chirikba said. According to him “in turn the UN, the EU and OSCE representatives chairing the discussions, follow the tastes of the Georgian side and avoid putting a substantial discussion of the draft agreement on the agenda in every way possible". "They maneuver and try to save the Geneva process, but it’s rather questionable for how long they will succeed”, the President of Abkhazia’s representative to the international discussions on security in Transcaucasia Vyacheslav Chirikba added.
- Statement of the delegations of Abkhazia and South Ossetia at theinternational Geneva discussions on security in Transcaucasia
- Comment of the information department of the MFA on the statement of the MFA of Georgia on the 13th Geneva Discussions.
- Statement on United Nations Resolution A64/L.62 from the Government of the Republic of Abkhazia
- Comment of the MFA of Abkhazia on the results of the 24th Round of International Geneva Discussions on Security and Stability in the South Caucasus
- The Abkhaz Side Proposes to Put the Issue of De-Isolation of Abkhazia on the Agenda of the Geneva Discussions
- Meeting with the Co-Chairs of the Geneva Discussions on Security and Stability in the South Caucasus Held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Abkhaz Ministry of Foreign Affairs Meets with Co-Chairs of Geneva Talks on South Caucasus Stability
- A constructive dialogue took place between the co-chairs of the Geneva talks and the leadership of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Abkhazia
- A meeting between the Geneva Discussions co-chairs and Abkhazian representatives was held
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- 12th round of Transcaucasia security negotiations begins in Geneva
- Abkhazia may accept the deployment of UN observers on its territory
- Abkhazia pulls out of Geneva talks
- Bagapsh, EU SR discuss Union’s policy to Abkhazia
- Co-chairmen of the Geneva discussions on Security in Transcaucasia Held Consultations with Abkhaz Party