International Centre for Research on Conflict and Negotiation held in Istanbul the next round of Russian-Georgian negotiations. 11 experts from Georgia and Russia came together for the tenth round of negotiations.
The basis of these meetings was founded after the 2008 war, the center told Trend on Friday.
The sides to talks are representatives of civil society and non-governmental organizations that discussed the legal perspectives of the Georgian-Russian relations and the role of civil society in this process.
The head of the Georgian delegation, director of the Center on Conflict and Negotiation Georgi Khucishvili noted that, despite the tensions, following the 2012 parliamentary elections the new government of Georgia has chosen a clear course for the establishment of relations with Russia and made the first steps in this direction.