Georgia considers U.S Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s initiative to create buffer zones at the territories occupied by Russia as acceptable, secretary of National Security Council Eka Tkeshelashvili said before leaving for Vienna for the international conference.
Clinton voiced this initiative in Moscow on October 14 to create buffer zones in Georgian conflict zones with further entry of the international observers and peacemakers.
“It is still a project but not adopted decision. Georgia, EU and the USA work over it. This formula can be acceptable for us at initial stage,” Tkeshelashvili said.
Certainly, Georgia’s aim is de-occupation of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
“We discuss this problem and consider that entry of the international forces in buffer zones will be the first action towards de-occupation,” secretary of National Security Council said.