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PACE Urges Georgia and South Ossetia to Start Dialog2010-04-21 10:27
This was stated by David Wilshire, a reporter of the Parliamentary Assembly Committee for monitoring in the conflict area, during his meeting with the South Ossetian ambassador for post-conflict settlement Boris Chochiev, informed RIA Novosti.
The meeting took place in the South Ossetian embassy in Moscow. During his stay in the Russian capital Wilshire and his colleague Mathias Yorsh are going to complete the report "Consequences of the War between Georgia and Russia" that will be presented at the Assembly on 28 April.
According to Wilshire, the issues of mutual security must be resolved by way of a dialog between Georgia and South Ossetia. "Today it makes no sense to go back to August'2008. Our efforts are aimed at enabling the PACE to initiate a dialog between Georgia and South Ossetia to exclude any bloodbath in future", - he said.
In turn, Chochiev noted with regret that the previous PACE reports related to the situation in South Ossetia were not objective and did not explain the real causes of the war. He added that the PACE report must favour initiatives aimed at excluding the possibility of repetition of the events of August'2008.