After Georgia - the Eu and Russia: Follow-up Report Report With Evidence 3rd Report of Session 2008-09
Following the August 2008 conflict in Georgia, a short inquiry into EU-Russia relations was made to follow-up the Committee's report of May 2008 (HLP 98, session 2007-08, ISBN 9780104012758). The report looks at the implications of the conflict in Georgia, and recent developments such as the Russia-Ukraine gas dispute, the downturn in the Russian economy and wider questions of European security.The Committee considers that the conclusions and recommendations of the original report remain valid.
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Economic crisis and tensions over energy supplies 31
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SubCommittee C Foreign Affairs Defence
Oral Evidence 13 November 2008 1
Sir Mark LyallGrant KCMG DirectorGeneral Political
13 November 20 November 2008 Sir Roderic agreed Akhalgori Anderson of Swansea areas Belarus Caroline Flint Caucasus ceasefire agreements conflict in Georgia Cooperation Agreement countries December Developments in European Eastern Partnership economic crisis energy EU-Russia relations EU's Europe European security European Union Committee frozen conflicts Georgia going Hamilton of Epsom Hannay of Chiswick HL Paper issue KCMG Lord Anderson Lord Crickhowell Lord Hamilton Lord Hannay Lord Truscott Lyall Grant KCMG Lyne and Professor Mark Lyall Grant Member Membership Action Plan Michael Davenport Minister missile defence Moscow Nabucco Nabucco pipeline NATO negotiations November 2008 Sir Obama OSCE Ossetia and Abkhazia Partnership and Cooperation pipeline political position President Medvedev President Saakashvili President Sarkozy Professor Robert Service Professor Service Putin question recognise response Russian Federation Russian leadership Russian passports Sir Mark Lyall Sir Roderic Lyne South Caucasus South Ossetia Sub-Committee summit talks territorial integrity Ukrainian