Georgia and Russia begin talks

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Series Details 15.10.08
Publication Date 15/10/2008
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Article previews the talks between Georgia and Russia that were due to begin in Geneva on the 15 October 2008, in a carefully orchestrated move to bring the two sides together after their August 2008 war without raising the divisive issue of Moscow’s recognition of Georgia’s breakaway regions.

Related urls discuss the progress of the talks including the second round of talks held in Geneva on the 18-19 November 2008.

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