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EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia (EU)
Beginn: 09/08

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Geneva talks end after walkout by Abkhaz, South Ossetian delegates (19.06.2014)

The two-day talks, co-chaired by representatives from the EU, UN, and the OSCE, started on June 17. The talks involve negotiators from the two breakaway regions, as well as from Georgia, Russia, and the United States.

Abkhazia's de facto president denounces 'coup attempt' (28.05.2014)

Protesters on May 27 stormed the building where (de facto president Alexandr) Ankvab's office is located after a demonstration by several thousand people. Ankvab agreed to the demonstrators' demand to dismiss the government, but the opposition demanded that he also step down.

South Ossetian opposition calls for referendum on unification (08.01.2014)

… some local politicians declare that the region’s hard-won independence is non-negotiable, while others argue in favor of unification with the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania, which is part of the Russian Federation.

OSCE praises Georgia vote; Margvelashvili declared runaway victor (28.10.2013)

Georgian electoral officials say preliminary results from Georgia's presidential election show an ally of Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili is the clear winner in a vote that Western observers praised as a "clean" step forward.

In Georgia, 23 candidates registered for presidential poll (26.09.2013)

Georgia's Central Election Commission has officially registered 23 candidates for the country's October 27 presidential election.

OSCE opens election observation mission in Georgia (20.09.2013)

Mission head Matteo Mecacci told journalists on September 19 that up to 300 observers will monitor the October 27 poll, including the voting, counting, and tabulation of results.

Georgian PM for 'direct dialogue' with breakaway regions (09.08.2013)

Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili says Tbilisi is ready for "direct dialogue with our Ossetian and Abkhazian brothers."