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Issuing of passports resumed in South Ossetia2010-06-09 17:19
Issuing South Ossetian passports resumed.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Sergey Margiyev, the South Ossetian Interior Ministry's head of passport department, in accordance with the acting legislation everyone residing in the territory of South Ossetia can be issued a passport.
"The issuing of passports was stopped due to the absence of forms," he said and added that now the duty must be paid [though previously everything was done for free].
"Old forms were ordered in 2006 году. They were given to citizens for free, as all the expenses were paid by the state. At the present moment, in accordance with the order of the Interior Minister of the republic, 620 rubles [USD 20] must be paid" and explained it with necessity to order forms in Russia.
Margiev added passports must be changed at the ages of 20 and 45.