(Civil.Ge) — “The United States welcomes Georgia’s release of a package of proposals intended to improve connectivity across the Administrative Boundary Lines,” the United States Embassy in Georgia said in its statement on April 4.
“These measures help address the needs of the most vulnerable populations on both sides of the Administrative Boundary Lines and provide increased opportunity for mobility, improved livelihoods, and access to education,” reads the statement.
The United States Embassy also welcomed “Georgia’s commitment to dialogue and to a peaceful solution to the conflict,” and reiterated its “full support for Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders.”
The package of proposals, launched by the Government of Georgia for enhancing economic and people-to-people exchanges between residents of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali Region/South Ossetia and the rest of Georgia, was also welcomed by the European Union.
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