Georgia must act on promises to end displacement crisis

Kälin, Walter
May 2006
Forced Migration Review;May2006, Vol. 1 Issue 25, p67
Academic Journal
The article urges the republic of Georgia to act on promises to end internal displacement crisis. The Government says there are plans to develop and implement a new policy to end the plight of internally displaced persons. However, the main obstacles are the absence of political solutions to regional conflicts and the widespread feelings of insecurity.


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