Europrean Union Monitoring Mission in Georgia (EUMM GEORGIA)


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 Background


The EU Monitoring Mission (EUMM) in Georgia is an unarmed monitoring mission established by the European Union on 15 Sep 2008.  The mission objective is to contribute to stability throughout Georgia and the surrounding region in accordance with the six-point Agreement and the subsequent implementing measures. Its main tasks include:

 

  • Monitoring and analysing the situation pertaining to the stabilisation process, centered on full compliance of the six-point Agreement.

  • Monitoring and analysing the situation as regards normalisation building, the return of internally displaced persons and refugees.

  • Contributing to the reduction of tensions through liaison, facilitation of contacts between parties and other confidence-building measures.


Malta's Contribution


In 2008, Malta made its first operational deployment in a civilian crisis management operation. As a result, on 18 September 2008, Malta pledged and deployed one officer and one senior non-commissioned officer to serve as Malta's force contribution towards the EU Monitoring Mission (EUMM) in Georgia. The AFM deployed the two Maltese Monitors at very short notice and before EUMM to Georgia was officially launched on 1 Oct 2008. The Armed Forces of Malta has continuously sustained this deployment with two personnel ever since.