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On July 11, 2017 the Permanent Representative of Georgia, H.E. Mr. Kaha Imnadze met with the Secretary-General of the United Nations, H.E. Mr. António Guterres

At the meeting, Ambassador of Georgia addressed the existent security situation and humanitarian challenges in Georgia. Permanent Representative informed the Secretary-General about the ongoing illegal installations of razor wire fences and artificial barriers along the Tskhinvali occupational line by the Russian occupation forces. H.E. Mr. Imnadze highlighted the recent developments in the area of Bershueti village, Gori district, where the occupational forces have illegally installed the so-called border sign across the occupational line.

This is a continuation of the illegal process of the so-called borderization, which restricts the fundamental rights of local residents, deteriorates the security situation on the ground and obstructs Georgia’s efforts to achieve peaceful resolution of the conflict.

Despite the international community’s repeated calls, the Russian Federation continues to grossly violate the principles of international law and its commitments undertaken under the Ceasefire Agreement of 12 August 2008. These developments, as well as the overall situation in Georgia’s occupied regions and adjacent territories once again point to the necessity of establishing international security arrangements and creating human rights monitoring mechanisms on the ground.

The meeting concluded with Ambassador Imnadze granting to the Secretary-General, H.E. Mr.  Mr. António Guterres as a gift the special edition of the epic poem by the Georgian poet Shota Rustaveli “A Knight in Panther’s Skin”, marking the 850th anniversary of the poet.

 
 

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