Abkhazia: UN Asked to Urge Georgia to Honor Effective Agreements
SUKHUMI, September 25 (Itar-Tass) - Foreign Ministry of the unrecognized Republic of Abkhazia has asked the United Nations to give an unbiased assessment to Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili's speech at the 61st session of the UN General Assembly and to urge the Georgian authorities to honor the effective agreements and obligations.
A statement the Foreign Ministry issued here Monday says: "Abkhazia asks the UN to demand that
"Abkhazia also asks the UN to call on
"As a party to the conflict and an immediate participant in the process of negotiations, Abkhazia once again asks the UN to consider a possibility of inviting its representatives to the next meeting of the UN Security Council, in the course of which all the attending members of the council will be able to hear the Abkhazian viewpoint and get a more truthful picture of Georgian-Abkhazian peace settlement process," the Foreign Ministry said.
It voiced grave concern over President Saakashvili's recent speech at the UN where he practically declared that
"Saakashvili's speech once again showed the Georgian government is showing off its conflict with Abkhazia as a Georgian-Russian conflict," the Foreign Ministry said. "This approach shows