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NATO Resolution 382 on the situation in Georgia

Originally posted on NATO Parliamentary Assembly Website 

RESOLUTION 382 on THE SITUATION IN GEORGIA (November, 2010)

Presented by the Committee on the Civil Dimension of Security and adopted by the Plenary Assembly on Tuesday 16 November 2010, Warsaw, Poland
The Assembly, 

1.   Commending Georgian authorities on their efforts to further democratic reforms, and in particular, to fight corruption, build democratic institutions and engage opposition in decision‑making;

2.    Acknowledging the significant contribution of Georgia to the NATO mission in Afghanistan;

3.     Welcoming the conduct of competitive and democratic local elections on 30 May 2010, which, according to international observers, marked progress towards meeting OSCE and Council of Europe commitments, despite significant remaining shortcomings;

4.    Welcoming also the process of constitutional reform, but regretting that full use was not made of the advisory mechanism of the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe;

5.     Deeply concerned by the humanitarian situation in Georgia  ’s occupied territories of Abkhazia andSouth Ossetia, as well as the ongoing denial of the right of return to Georgian populations displaced from the two regions; (more…)

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