Sarkozy says EU could send peacekeepers to Georgia

The French president says the EU could provide peacekeepers for Georgian conflict if all parties agree. Nicolas Sarkozy says the European Union is ready to send peacekeepers to the area of Russia's conflict with Georgia over its breakaway province of South Ossetia. Russia has its peacekeepers deployed to both regions, but Georgia says they back separatists. Sarkozy was speaking after holding talks with Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday. Medvedev has indicated that Russia would not yield ground, and says Russian peacekeepers will stay in the regions.