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South Ossetia called on the UN, the EU and the OSCE to recognize its independency2009-08-07 15:05
The authorities of South Ossetia call on other states of the world and international organizations to recognize its independency and sovereignty and stop military cooperation with Georgia, states today's address of the South Ossetia government to the EU chairmanship, the Secretary general of the UN, the OSCE chairman, heads of states in the light of the 1st anniversary of the 5-day war - Res.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The document claims that one year ago South Ossetia faced a well-prepared and unprecendently massive armed aggression from the side of Georgia. South Ossetian government deplores the world community hasn't already "condemned the actions of Georgian side, which lead to numerous victims, destruction and catastrophical humanitarian situation in the region". The authors of the statement regret that Georgia, defeated in the war it waged, practically restored and builds up its potential.
"The Republic of South Ossetia appeals to the world and international organizations to recognize their independence, sovereignty", the statement asks.
The document also requests to stop military cooperation with Georgia and build-up of its military force, condemn Georgia's aggression against the people of South Ossetia, favor bringing to responsibility the guilty and establishment of regional stability.
The document highlights that the people of South Ossetia were saved from extermination "exclusively owing to interference and firm position of the Russian Federation".