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Tskhinval: only South Ossetia will decide upon the access of monitors2009-09-30 12:33
"The Republic of South Ossetia is a subject of the international right and reserves the right ti make decision on granting or non-granting access of monitors to its territory", the republic's Foreign Ministry mentioned commenting PACE's demand to grant unrestrained access of international monitors to South Ossetia - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Foreign Minister Murat Jioyev said the republic has no intention to isolate itself from the world community and has already turned to OSCE to discuss variants of cooperation, and the negoatioons would contitue in the course of the visit of its chairman Charalampos Christopoulos.
At the same time Jioyev highlighted the adopted PACE resolution doesn't reflect the situation in South Ossetia. "For the first time in 20 years the people of South Ossetia can live in peace, not being afraid of another aggression from the side of Georgia, and that's the merit not of international monitors, but Russia, who protected small people and is guarding the state border", he said.
Jioyev add the Ministry counts on the further cooperation with OSCE and other international organizations.