Will “Sarkozi” plan bring peace in Georgia in a long term? What is hidden behind?


Russia and Georgia have agreed a truce brokered by French President Nicolas Sarkozy, and have approved the principles of a full peace plan. 
The exact details of the proposals appeared to be still under discussion. 
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili suggested some details agreed by Russia were unacceptable and said the document needed fleshing out. 
Earlier, Russia announced its military activity in the area was completed and witnesses saw troops pulling out.
But despite the diplomacy and apparent withdrawal, rhetoric on both sides remained fiery and analysts were predicting a long road to peace. 

SIX-POINT PEACE PLAN 

1. No more use of force
2. Stop all military actions for good
3. Free access to humanitarian aid
4. Georgian troops return to their places of permanent deployment
5. Russian troops return to pre-conflict positions
6. International talks about future status of South Ossetia and Abkhazia 

BBC.co.uk

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2 thoughts on “Will “Sarkozi” plan bring peace in Georgia in a long term? What is hidden behind?

    • No they are still on our teritory and re doing horrible thing in Georgian villages and also in South osetian Vilagges, killing Georgians and etc…. Is this russias promise? you should never rely on Russia!!!

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