Developments in Occupied Territories of Georgia were discussed during the sitting of Permanent Council of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) on May 28.
According to Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Georgian side provided the council members with the detained information about the latest provocations by Russia and ongoing borderization works across the so-called Administrative Border Line (ABL).
Also, the Georgian side mentioned about hybrid war tools and myths of propaganda waged against Lugar Research Center of National Center for Diseases Control and Public Health.
Georgia underlined that Russia’s provocation activities serve as part of the destructive policy that aims at destabilization of the situation in occupied regions.
Statements were made in support of Georgia by representatives of the U.S., Canada, Norway, Great Britain, European Union and Ukraine.
Members of OSCE Permanent Council reiterated support to Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and called on Russia for fulfillment of commitments taken as per August 12, 2008 truce agreement.
The report about the developments in occupied regions of Georgia was delivered by Ambassador James S. Gilmore III to the Permanent Council.