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The arrangement to hold on July 14 in Gal a pentalateral meeting on prevention of incidents in a zone of the Georgian-Abkhazian conflict was achieved at the Geneva discussions on Transcaucasia, the Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Abkhazia Maxim Gvindzhiya informed today from Geneva.



Delegations of Abkhazia, Georgia, Russia, the USA, and South Ossetia participate in the Geneva discussions holding under co-chairmanship of the EU, the United Nations and OSCE.



The President’s advisor for foreign affairs Vyacheslav Chirikba and a member of the executive committee of the International Association of the Abkhaz-Abasin People Zeki Kapba worked in the security problems group.



The Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Abkhazia Maxim Gvindzhiya and the chief of the International Department of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs Lana Agrba participated in the work of the refugees group.



“We have presented a package of offers on humanitarian problems, in particular on the problem of return of refugees, their registration, solving the problems of restitution and damage compensation. Our offers have been accepted by the discussions’ organizers. We have also presented a document about delegitimizing economic sanctions against Abkhazia for experts to study”, the diplomat said.


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