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Georgia and South Ossetia to establish a hotline2009-04-24 11:20
Representatives of Georgia, South Ossetia, Russia and the EUMM agreed to establish a hotline to ensure stability and security in the Caucasus region, stated Lieutenant General Sergey Antonov, the deputy Chief of Staff of the ground forces of Russia - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The four-sided meeting in the framework of Geneva agreement on normalization of situation in the area adjacent to the border of south Ossetia and Georgia, was held yesterday in Georgian village Ergneti.
"The 24-hour hotline is organized, people responsible appointed", Antonov said.
At the meeting Russia was represented by Lieutenant General Sergey Antonov, the deputy Chief of Staff of the ground forces of Russia, and Lieutenant General Vyacheslav Proshin; Georgia - by Shota Utiashvili, the Interior Ministry spokesman; South Ossetia -by Merab Chigoyev, the deputy Plenipotentiary of the President of South Ossetia on post-conflict settlement; the EU - by the EUMM head, Hansjörg Haber. The meeting was attended by the OSCE representative.