- Mom jailed over refusing son's circumcision makes tough call 2015-05-29 11:56
- Kerry sued over Hillary Clinton’s emails 2015-05-29 09:42
- A Website That Lets You Spy On Millions of People 2015-05-29 02:18
- Social Revolution In Ireland: 62% of Irish Voters Say YES To Gay Marriage 2015-05-29 02:11
- Killer robots will leave humans ‘utterly defenceless’ warns professor 2015-05-29 00:35
- Russian Air Force to Get at Least 50 New Strategic Tu-160 Blackjack Bombers 2015-05-29 00:21
- Chicago cops posed with black suspect wearing deer antlers 2015-05-28 13:40
South Ossetia doesn’t trust European monitors2010-07-07 18:53
Eduard Kokoyty, the leader of South Ossetia, claimed he is strongly against presence of foreign monitors in the republic, as has no trust for them - Res.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At the meeting with Council of Federation [upper chamber of Russian parliament] official delegation he shared his opinion and said events of August 2008 revealed such monitors ignored aggressive actions of Georgia in the best case, and served as intelligence - in the worst.
"In August 2008 OSCE representatives left the territory of South Ossetia beforehand, though had opportunity to influence Georgia and prevent aggression. They didn't even make serious statements to the world community," he explained.
Kokoyty doesn't trust Council of Europe monitors as well. In his view, they also don't condemn violations the Georgian side commits.