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Information on adoption of the Council Conclusions on the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) by the Council of the European Union

On 26 of April the Council of the European Union adopted the Council conclusions on the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP), including the conclusions concerning the  European Union Monitoring Mission to Georgia (EUMM).

The European Council once again reiterated its continued commitment to Georgia's independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity. The Georgian side welcomes the fact that European Council emphasized the need for the full implementation of the August 12, 2008 Six-Point Ceasefire Agreement and called upon the parties to participate constructively in the Geneva talks. It's important, that the EU once again stressed the need for the full implementation of the EUMM's country-wide mandate, including its access to the territories beyond the Georgian control.

Georgian side shares the assessment of the European Council that the EUMM has made and continues to make significant contributions in the area of stabilization and normalization of the situation in Georgia.

It's noteworthy that the European Council mentioned the importance of the Georgian State Strategy towards the occupied territories and emphasized the need for ensuring the free movement of people on both sides of the administrative boundary line, as a key to confidence building.

The full text of the conclusions is available at the following link:

http://www.consilium.europa.eu/App/newsroom/loadbook.aspx?BID=78&LANG=1&cmsid=1850

27 April 2010

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