European Union Monitoring Mission in Georgia
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European Union Monitoring Mission in Georgia ‘EUMM’
The European Union External Action Service ‘EEAS’ is a Diplomatic Department of European Union based in Brussels that is responsible for EU’s Foreign and Security Policy. As of present time– EEAS is engaged in 11 Civilian Deployment Missions in various parts of the World.
With the high scope of success, the EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia ‘EUMM is one of them.
The Mission was launched in September 2008 following the EU-mediated Six Point Agreement, which ended the August war in Georgia.
The Objectives of the Mission:
- To ensure that there is no return to hostilities;
- To facilitate the resumption of a safe and normal life for the local communities living on both sides of the Administrative Boundary Lines (ABL) with Abkhazia and South Ossetia;
- To build confidence among the conflict parties;
- To inform EU policy in Georgia and the wider region ©The EUMM
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