Russia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia Are Concerned about NATO's Interaction with Georgia
Russia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia at the round of the Geneva discussions on Transcaucasia expressed serious concern over the deepening of NATO's interaction with Georgia. This was reported on Wednesday in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia on the results of the last round on Wednesday.
"Abkhazian, Russian and South Ossetian delegations expressed serious concern over the deepening of Georgia's interaction with NATO. The resolution of the Parliamentary Assembly of the alliance, adopted in Tbilisi, once again demonstrated the unilateral approaches of NATO members to the situation in the South Caucasus", – the Russian Foreign Ministry stated.
In addition, the participants in the Geneva discussions on stability and security in Transcaucasia did not adopted a statement on the non-use of forces on the borders of Georgia with Abkhazia and Georgia and South Ossetia, although its text was virtually verbatim coordinated. This was reported by Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia Grigory Karasin.
"The atmosphere of today's meeting was quite acute, although the parties reasoned to prove their case without stumbling over scandalous tones", the Karasin noted.
The diplomat also said that the next round of the Geneva discussions on Transcaucasia will be held in October 2017, the parties are ready to continue the discussion of humanitarian issues.