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Co-chairmen of Geneva talks will visit the occupied Abkhazia
10:07 10.05.2012
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Co-chairmen of Geneva talks plan to visit the occupied Abkhazia today, where they will meet with Abkhazian de-facto Foreign Minister Viashislav Chirikba.

In the frameworks of the visit to Georgia, the co-chairs of Geneva talks have already held meetings with representatives of Foreign Ministry. They were met by the Deputy Foreign Minister Sergi Kapanadze.

The delegation is manned by: Philippe Lefort - EU Special Representative for the South Caucasus and the crisis in Georgia, Anti TurunenRepresentative of NATO Secretary General and Pádraig Murphy - Special Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office for the South Caucasus. 

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