UNITED NATIONS (AFP) - The Security Council ended fresh talks on Georgia Thursday, with members still divided on two rival draft resolutions seeking to put a UN stamp of approval on a French-brokered peace plan agreed by Moscow and Tbilisi. Russia's UN Ambassador Vitaly Churkin told reporters after the closed-door meeting that he was "looking forward to support from council members for our resolution." On Wednesday, Churkin put forward a draft that he described as a "repetition of the six principles" contained in the French-brokered deal signed by Moscow and Tbilisi to end their conflict. The Russian draft was meant to counter an earlier French draft that called for an immediate Russian troop withdrawal and reaffirmation of Georgia's territorial integrity. Diplomats said most council members did not support the Russian draft but instead wanted to find consensus on a text that would lead to a comprehensive settlement of the crisis.