Monday, March 05, 2007

Europe and the Future of Georgia

The Presidency of the EU has issued the following statement:

The European Union reiterates its full support for the territorial integrity of Georgia within its internationally recognized borders and emphasises that it does not recognise the legitimacy of the so-called "Parliamentary elections" held in Abkhazia, Georgia, on 4 March 2007 and of the local elections held on 11 February 2007.

The European Union holds the view that elections in this region of Georgia can only be valid after all refugees and internally-displaced persons are given the right to a safe, secure and dignified return to their homes.

The European Union urges the parties concerned to immediately resume negotiations in order to reach a peaceful solution to the conflict.


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Srdjan Cvijic said...

It is rather interesting to observe different approach to Georgia and Kosovo on behalf of the EU. While in the case of Kosovo, the EU fails to pronuonce itself strongly in support of the territorial integrity of Serbia, in Georgia the EU foreign policy is united in their efforts to countenance self-determination drive of Ossetia, Abkhasia etc.