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PACE demands to let monitors to Abkhazia and South Ossetia2009-09-30 10:51
PACE called on Russia to grant unlimited access to the territory of Abkhazia and South Ossetia for monitors.gt-en-newsitem-inside
This demand is included in the War between Georgia and Russia: One Year After resolution prepared by PACE rapporteurs Luc van den Brande and Mathias Eorsi - RIA Novosti.
The document state the tension in the region rises, international monitoring missions are not given to work, borders are closed, Russia "doesn't implement Medvedev-Sarkozy plan". The rapporteurs believe the failure to comply with international accords will be followed by consequences.
The Russian delegation is discontent with the resolution's text. Its deputy head Slutskiy said the document "reproduces all the basic mistakes and flaws, repeating one-sided interpretation - all the fault for the conflict is imposed on Russia, Georgia's role is suppressed ".
The head of the delegation Kosachyov stated the Russian side will continue its aid and protection of South Ossetia. "The report, proposed by PACE is again all about Russia, there's nothing about Georgia, though it in the 21st century did what Cyprus, Serbia, Azerbaijan and Moldova didn't - it tried to restore territorial integrity by military way, and against will of the conflict area residents," he said.