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Georgian Foreign Ministry: Russia and South Ossetia didn’t let OSCE special representative to Tskhinval2009-08-13 14:15
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia accuses the Russian and South Ossetian sides of granting no access to Tskhinval for Charalampos Christopoulos, the special representative of Greece, the OSCE president country.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The sad fact is that Russia still continues to grossly violate the ceasefire agreement of 12 August 2008 denying access to the occupied territory to the representative of the Geneva Talks co-chair," the Ministry's statement says - Interfax.
"Such approach points clearly to Moscow's attitude to international organizations and to its own international commitments in general", the document states. Moscow and Tskhinval hasn't already responded to the statement.
Charalampos Christopoulos arrived in Georgia on Monday to conduct negotiations to open a new OSCE office in Tbilisi. The Ministry mentions that the aim of Christopoulos' visit was consideration of pressing issues connected with Geneva Talks.
" The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia reserves hope that the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office and other OSCE members will give due assessment to this yet another destructive act of Russia and the Tskhinvali proxy regime," the statement concludes.