Abkhazia is ready to hold direct dialogues with Georgia on the condition that bilateral negotiations begin with the issue of ‘signing of a non-use of force agreement’ between the two entities, Apsnypress cited the Abkhaz Minister of Foreign Affairs Daur Kove as saying.
“During the international Geneva discussions we come up against a complete lack of understanding on the Georgian side about the existing problems and the categorical refusal to sign a document on the non-use of force. From our point of view, such a document could be a good basis for Georgian-Abkhaz negotiations with the mediation of the Russian Federation and other international actors,” Kove said.
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