Oct 10, 2009

Parliament of the Czech Republic passes resolution on Georgia

10.10.2009. Parliament of the Czech Republic has passed a 5-point resolution, after the senate held discussions over the current situation in Georgia. The Czech parliament:
1. considers it necessary, that the international organizations carrying out peacekeeping and humanitarian missions be let into the occupied territories of Georgia;
2. emphasizes necessity of implementing the cease-fire agreement of August 12, 2008, which implies de-occupation of the Georgian territory and withdrawing the Russian troops back to the positions they were at before the war.
3. Czech Republic supports Georgia`s demand to allow Georgian citizens` free movement across the administrative boundaries of Abkhazia and South Ossetia;
4. the parliament considers internally displaced people`s worthy return to Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
5. Czech Republic finds recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia unacceptable.

Source: Rustavi2.com