European Union Special Representative for the South Caucasus and the Crisis in Georgia, Toivo Klaar met with Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Lasha Darsalia on Wednesday, Georgian Foreign Ministry reports.
The parties discussed dare humanitarian situation in the Russia-occupied regions of Georgia.
Darsalia briefed Klaar on Russia’s recent provocations. According to the MFA, illegal detentions of Georgians, erection of the barbed wire fences, free movement restrictions that claimed the lives of many people were in focus.
Deputy Foreign Minister stressed the need for unlawfully detained Georgian citizens’ release.
Darsalia also highlighted the ECHR ruling on the August war case that reads Russia occupies Georgian territories and exercises “effective control” over them.