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The Transitional Justice Peace Agreements Database.  
Database - Record for : Record of the first meeting of the Coordinating Council of the Georgian and Abkhaz Parties
Record 531

Country :


Agreement Title/Name:
Record of the first meeting of the Coordinating Council of the Georgian and Abkhaz Parties
Year :
Date Signed :

18 December 1997

Summary :

Adopted Statute of Coordinating Council to take forward negotiations. Council would include three representatives each from Georgian and Abkhaz parties and decisions would be binding. Agreed programmes for 3 working groups: Working Group I to deal with issues related to the lasting non-resumption of hostilities and security problems; Working Group II with refugees/displaced persons and Working Group III with economic and social problems.

Parties :
Georgia, Abkhazia
Third Parties :
Statehood/Identity :
Not Applicable
Governance/Democratic Inst :
Not Applicable
Women :
Not Applicable
Amnesty :
Not Applicable
Past Mechanism :
Not Applicable
Prisoner Release :
Not Applicable
Victims :
Not Applicable
Criminal Justice Reform :
Not Applicable
National Human Rights Inst :
Not Applicable
Human Rights Framework :
Not Applicable
Judicial Reform :
Not Applicable
Policing :
Not Applicable
Refugees/Land :
3. establishes working group to attend to issues concerning refugees and IDPs
Civil Society :
Not Applicable
Dev& Socio-Economic Rights :
4. establishes working group to examine issues concerning economic and social problems
Enforcement Mechanism :
International Community :
UN with the participation of reps of the Russian Federation acting as facilitator, the OSCE; States belonging to the Group of Friends (Germany, France, Russian Federation, UK, US) as observers; Statute provides for their participation in the Council
UN Involvement :
UN acting as facilitator; SRSG to chair the Council
Source :
on file with author

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