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21st round of talks to be held in Geneva
10:40 11.10.2012
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Today, 21st round of Geneva talks is to be started and it will last two days. Georgian delegation is in Switzerland in connection with the mentioned event. It is known that the topics of the Geneva 21st round are nonuse of force, the return of IDPs and the de-occupation of the region.  
Geneva international talks will be also attended by the candidate for reintegration Minister, Paata Zakareishvili with a status of observer. According to Zakareishvili’s statement, he won’t be involved in the process of negotiations directly. Representative of the coalition “Georgian dream”, Giorgi Volski will participate in this round.  
We will recall you that Georgian delegation headed by the deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sergi Kapanadze, is also in Geneva.
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