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Full Text: Resolution on Peacekeepers
/ 15 Feb.'06 / 19:10

Tbilisi, February 15

Resolution of the Parliament of Georgia on the Current Situation in the Former South Ossetian Autonomous District and the Ongoing of the Peacekeeping Process

In accordance with paragraph 2 of the resolution No 1927-II  of the Parliament of Georgia on the "Current Situation in the Conflict Regions on the Territory of Georgia and Ongoing Peace Operations”, adopted on 11 October 2005, the Parliament of Georgia heard the report of the Government of Georgia on the current situation in the former Autonomous District of South Ossetia and fulfillment of commitments undertaken by the Peace-keeping forces dislocated there.

Proceeding from the aforementioned report, the Parliament of Georgia resolves:

1.     To assess the activity and fulfillment of the obligations within the current mandate of the peace-keeping forces dislocated in the former Autonomous District of South Ossetia as extremely negative, and actions of the Russian Federation as permanent efforts aimed at annexation of this region of Georgia.

2.     To entrust the government of Georgia with the task of enforcing the provisions laid down in paragraphs 4 and 6  of  the resolution # 1927-IIs of the Parliament of Georgia on the "Current Situation in the Conflict Regions on the Territory of Georgia and Ongoing Peace Operations” adopted on 11 October 2005, including the Sochi Agreement of 24 June 1992, and also to take steps aimed at  replacing the peace-keeping forces of the Russian Federation dislocated in the Former Autonomous District of South Ossetia with an effective international peace-keeping operation.

3.     In order to avoid further inspired destabilization of the situation on the territory of former Autonomous District of South Ossetia, to put an end to the massive violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms and to start a genuine peace process, to entrust the government of Georgia with the task of intensifying the work with international organizations and partner States aimed at working out a new format for peace process.

4.     In order to secure a comprehensive, peaceful and political settlement of the conflict on the territory of former Autonomous District of South Ossetia, to entrust the Government of Georgia with the task of intensifying the work with international organizations and partner States aimed at full implementation of peace plan endorsed by the Foreign Ministers of the OSCE member states.

5.     To entrust the Government of Georgia with the task of providing the existing documents to international organizations, the Russian Federation and the partner states with regard on the current situation in the former Autonomous District of South Ossetia and the failure of the peace-keeping forces to fulfill their commitments.

Chairperson of the Parliament of Georgia
Nino Burjanadze

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