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South Ossetia may renounce participation in Geneva Talks2009-06-16 16:38
The next round of Geneva Talks to be held on July 1st, may not be held, said Boris Chochiyev, South Ossetian President's Plenipotentiary for post-conflict settlement, after the meeting with the co-chairmen from the sides of the EU, the UN, and the OSCE - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"There are many aspects and circumstances under which South Ossetia may renounce may renounce participation in the 6th round, scheduled for July 1st", Chochiyev said and reminded that Georgia hasn't already presented the data about 3 kidnapped citizens of South Ossetia, one underaged among them - the aspect that deranged two meetings on incident prevention, also held in the framework of Geneva Talks.
Chochiyev said the decision to organize a meeting of representatives of South Ossetia, Georgia, and the OSCE to co-operate and work on the problem of lost South Ossetians and the ones serving their sentence in Georgian prisons.
Pierre Morel, the EU co-chairman of Geneva Talks, at today's meeting the sides discussed issues of security, and humanitarian issues -like supplies of water from South Ossetia to Georgia, and the issue of refugees. South Ossetia presented its plan to improve security and stability in the region. Chochiyev stated that according to that plan, a memorandum of the non-use of force from the side of Georgia must be signed; then an international structure controlling the implementation of the Memorandum, must be established.