UN General Assembly adopted Resolution on Georgia

  • 11:36 05 June 2019

UN General Assembly adopted Resolution on Georgia

UN General Assembly within its 73rd session adopted the Resolution on „Status of Internally Displaced Persons and Refugees from Abkhazia, Georgia and the Tskhinvali Region/South Ossetia, Georgia”, Georgian MFA issued a statement regarding this, ONA reports.

According to the statement, Resolution was joined by 45 UN Member States from different regions.

The Resolution condemns the forced demographic changes in the occupied regions, emphasizes the right of all internally displaced persons and refugees, regardless of their ethnicity, to a safe and dignified return to their places of origin, and focuses upon the need to fully respect and protect their property rights.

The Resolution calls upon the participants of the Geneva International Discussions to reinvigorate their efforts to ensure security and human rights protection in the occupied regions, which in turn will facilitate the return of IDPs and refugees to their homes.

According to the statement of Georgian MFA, the Resolution reiterates the importance of unimpeded humanitarian access in the regions of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali Region.

It was stated that the Resolution was also supported by GUAM countries.

Said Babazadeh

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