The FINANCIAL — The participants of the Ambassadorial, in the frames of the working session, discussed the issues of Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Chairman of Temporary Parliamentary Commission on Territorial Integrity Issues Giorgi Volski, First Deputy State Minister for the Reconciliation and the Civic Equality of Georgia Ketevan Tsikhelashvili and Deputy Head of the State Security Service Levan Izoria addressed the representatives of the Georgian diplomatic corps.
Discussions focused on the current security environment, human rights and humanitarian situation in Georgia’s occupied territories, on Georgia’s policy for conflict peaceful resolution and non-recognition policy, as well as on the international involvement in trust building processes, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia.
The international community’s consolidated support for the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, numerous supportive resolutions and statements made by the international organisations and partner countries about Georgia were underlined, particularly, the resolutions made by the U.S. Senate, the UN General Assembly and the OSCE PA.
The participants of the Ambassadorial were informed on the Geneva International Discussions; the importance of restoring the IPRM in Gali was also highlighted. The meeting paid special attention to the importance of restoring confidence between the communities torn apart by the war, as well as of increasing the international engagement in this process.