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USA: OSCE monitors must be allowed to South Ossetia2009-05-14 15:32
The USA insist on OSCE monitors to be allowed to the territory of South Ossetia , stated Ian Kelly, the U.S. Department of State Spokesman, at the regular briefing for journalists - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Our policy is clear regarding the OSCE mission in Georgia. We think that the OSCE monitor should have complete access to South Ossetia. We call upon the Russians to abide by their - the agreement reached by Mr. Sarkozy and Mr. Medvedev. We're aware of these reports, and we think that Russia should allow the OSCE monitors complete access to South Ossetia and the surrounding region," he said.
"Our goal and the goal of the international community is a peaceful and stable South Caucasus. And we think the way to reach that is via complete transparency. And of course, we think the OSCE has an important role to play in reaching that transparency," the Spokesman added.