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Foreign Ministry of Georgia accused Russia of militarization of Abkhazia and South Ossetia2009-06-18 11:52
Yesterday the Foreign Ministry of Georgia spread the statement accusing Russia of militarization of Abkhazia and South Ossetia - The Vzglyad.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The statement is the reaction on the Russian President's order to start signing of accords in military sphere with Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
"This decision provides further clarification of the reasons why the Russian Federation finds so unacceptable the presence of missions of the international organizations in Georgia's occupied regions. It is Russia's unwillingness to see international missions either in the Tskhinvali region or Abkhazia that would register the presence of occupation troops and military build-up in these areas and inform the international community on the non-fulfillment of the ceasefire agreement that explains Russia's motive to veto the UN and OSCE missions in Georgia," the statement claims.
"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia once again calls on the international community to exert all efforts towards forcing the Russian Federation to stop militarization of Georgia's occupied territories and comply with the norms and principles of international law, as well as its international commitments, including the 12 August ceasefire agreement," the document states.