NATO declaration on conflicts in South Caucasus and Moldova

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31st paragraph of the NATO Wales summit declaration says in reference to the conflicts in the South Caucasus and in the Republic Moldova that the "persistence of these protracted conflicts continues to be a matter of particular concern, undermining the opportunities for citizens in the region to reach their full potential as members of the Euro-Atlantic community."

NATO urged "all parties to engage constructively and with reinforced political will in peaceful conflict resolution, within the established negotiation frameworks."

Tabula has been trying to get the Georgian Foreign Ministry's comment on whether the appearance of the paragraph in the declaration text means that Georgia will not be able to become the Alliance member until the resolution of the conflict.


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