Russia raises concerns over Georgian military action during Trans-Caucasus talks

The 29th session of the Trans-Caucasus discussions concluded earlier this week in Geneva, which saw representatives from every Caucasian nation come together to discuss a number of topics.

One of the most discussed issues was Russia’s concern over Georgian plans to allow NATO forces to establish a permanent military infrastructure in their nation. In commenting on the topic a representative from the Russian Foreign Ministry demanded that Georgia guaranteed a non-use of force policy towards the breakaway regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

Georgian and Russian representatives both reported to have been satisfied with the constructive atmosphere of the talks, but declined to further comment on any actions that would be taken.

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