Today, within the framework of the 43rd session of the UN Human Rights Council, in Geneva, a resolution on the occupied territories of Georgia will be adopted. The resolution will focus on continuing the process of raising illegal barriers by the occupation forces," said Mariam Narchemashvili, the Director of the Press and Information Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
According to her, the resolution emphasizes the support of Georgia's territorial integrity.
"As for the resolution itself - it reaffirms its support for Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity. The resolution expresses dissatisfaction with the situation regarding human rights in the occupied territories," Mariam Narchemashvili said.
The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia will address the participants of the Council.
The UN Human Rights Council has annually adopted the resolution since 2017, which instructs the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to submit reports on the issues raised in the resolution.
The requirements of the UN and the OSCE do not meet the needs of another country in the Caucasus, Azerbaijan, whose territories have been subject to a number of resolutions. The issue of IDPs, whose quantity exceeds million, is also a problem.