Georgia conflict will be on CE agenda, says Secretary General

The conflict in Georgia has always been on the agenda of the Council of Europe (CE) ministerial meeting, the organisation’s Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland said at a meeting with Georgian Foreign Minister Maia Pandzhikidze today.

“The CE recognises Georgia’s territorial integrity and this is the basis of our relations with that country,” Jagland said. “We will continue to submit a consolidated report twice a year and a report will be submitted in the near future.”

Jagland expressed his satisfaction with the fact that one can always take constructive measures to support the Geneva process to resolve the conflict in Georgia as a result of work with the Georgian side.

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