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Representatives of Russia, South Ossetia, Georgia and the EU are holding negotiations in Ergneti2009-04-23 15:41
Representatives of Russia, South Ossetia, Georgia and the EU are holding negotiations -for the first time after the august events.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The meeting is being held in a Georgian village Ergneti, near the South Ossetian border.
The four sides discuss issues of stabilization of situation in the region, the meeting is attended by OSCE monitors.
Lieutenant General Sergey Antonov, the deputy Chief of Staff of the ground forces of Russia, the representative of Russia stated that "the meeting is held in the framework of Geneva agreements on normalization of situation in the area adjacent to the border of South Ossetia and Georgia and establishing closer contact between Russia and the EU for settling the situation in the aforesaid area".
Antonov explained that the sides will discuss "the issues of exchanging on regular basis information on the situation in the area; of monitoring the area and briefings on the result of this monitoring, urgent solving of disputable issues, exchange of contact phone numbers and addresses between the representatives of Russia and the EU to establish close working contacts between the EU representatives and commandment of the Russian military contingent in South Ossetia ".
At the meeting Tskhinval is represented by Merab Chigoyev, the deputy Plenipotentiary of the President of South Ossetia on post-conflict settlement, Tbilisi - by Shota Utiashvili, the Interior Ministry spokesman, the EU - by the EUMM head, Hansjörg Haber.