Foreign Minister Stubb continues diplomatic efforts warranted by the situation in Georgia
Fighting in South Ossetia, Georgia, escalated last night. Therefore, today 8 August Foreign Minister Alexander Stubb has continued the talks with the parties of the conflict and other key actors. In addition, Minister Stubb has decided to deploy his Special Envoy Ambassador Heikki Talvitie immediately to Georgia, and he is also himself getting prepared to travel to the region.
Foreign Minister Stubb says seriously concerned by Georgian-Ossetian conflict zone fighting
The OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Finnish Foreign Minister Alexander Stubb, expressed serious concern today about the deteriorating situation in the zone of the Georgian-Ossetian conflict and said he deplored the fact that a planned meeting of Georgian and South Ossetian representatives had not taken place.
OSCE Chairman expresses serious concern about series of recent incidents in Georgian conflict areas
HELSINKI, 4 July 2008 - The OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Finnish Foreign Minister Alexander Stubb, expressed profound concern today over a recent series of incidents resulting in loss of life and serious injuries in the Georgian conflict areas.
Mediators and Observers agree to work towards earliest resumption of Transdniestrian settlement talks, says OSCE Special Envoy
Representatives of the Russian Federation, Ukraine, the OSCE, the EU and the United States met today in Helsinki to discuss Transdniestrian settlement issues and agreed to push for a restart of talks including both sides.
Foreign Minister Stubb meets Georgian Minister Tkelashvili to discuss situation in Georgia
Minister Stubb, who met with Georgian Minister Tkeshelashvili on 30 May, expressed his concern that the existing negotiating format in the South Ossetian conflict has not led to resolution of the conflict. “It's time to explore possibilities for a new negotiating format”, Stubb stated. In his view, the time is favourable for review of the frozen conflicts. The new Government in Russia, the elections in Georgia, and the EU and OSCE activities, among others, contribute to a positive atmosphere.
OSCE Chairman urges de-escalation of situation in Georgia
The OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Finnish Foreign Minister Alexander Stubb, said today he was seriously concerned over the recent developments in Georgia, and reiterated the Organization’s full support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia within its internationally recognized borders.
Foreign Minister Stubb expresses concern about recent developments in the Georgian conflict areas
The OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Foreign Minister Stubb, expressed concern today over the decision of the Russian Federation to establish official ties with the de facto authorities of Georgia's breakaway regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. He reiterated his full support for the existing negotiation mechanisms and regretted that they have not been fully utilized.
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