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Discussions of the situation in Caucasus will be continued in early July2009-05-19 17:35
The next round of the Geneva Talks on security in Caucasus will be held in early July 2009, stated Boris Chochiyev, the South Ossetian President's Permanent Representative on the post-conflict settlement, the head of the South Ossetian delegation - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He added that in the course of the today's meeting the South Ossetian delegation again pointed the Western partners: Georgia still tries to persuade the world community that the aggression of August 2008 was waged not by Tbilisi but by Moscow.
Chochiyev said that at the negotiations the south Ossetian delegation raised the question of the necessity to sign the memorandum on the non-use of military force against Sokhumi and Tskhinval by Tbilisi. The sides discussed the situation in Georgia and NATO exercise being held in the country.
At the same time, Chochiyev noted that no legally bound documents can be signed in the course of the Geneva Talks.