Georgia hopes for non-use of force agreement with Russia

The document on prevention of tension in the Caucasus, drawn up by the co-chairs of Geneva Talks, contains proposals on reaching an agreement on the issue; within document framework, all parties, including Russia, agreed to sign an agreement on non-use of force, Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia said.

As Sergi Kapanadze told Georgian journalists after the 18th meeting in Geneva, “We hope that in the next round Russia will be able to issue a document confirming non-use of force against Georgia.”

Kapanadze stressed that despite the “aggressive rhetoric” voiced in recent years against Georgia, such an obligation on the part of Moscow is necessary.

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