The threat of conflict still exists in the South Caucasus, Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili declared at NATO Parliamentary Assembly’s Rose-Roth Seminar on “South Caucasus: Geopolitics, Euro-Atlantic Integration and Domestic Challenges.”
According to him, the region has became the most complex area of post-Soviet transformation, as two inter-state and three regional conflicts still exist there, while the perspectives of their settlement are not yet clear.
“All mechanisms initiated by the international community have not yielded any practical results. Therefore, today the South Caucasus needs maximal involvement and targeted support of the international community more than ever,” the Prime Minister stated.
According to Ivanishvili, the common task of the countries of the region is the establishment of peace, the stable democratic development and the use of the huge potential this strategically important region possesses.