OSCE and Georgia to sort out everything on their own
In the view of Murat Jioyev, the Foreign Minister of South Ossetia, any presence of OSCE in Georgia has nothing to do with the territory of the neighbouring independent state - Osinform.
"South Ossetia isn't a part of Georgia, and activities of any organisation in Georgia cannot be spread to the territory of South Ossetia, - the diplomat said. - At the same time, I repeat, our republic is open for a decent dialog, including with OSCE, where all parties will enjoy equal rights."
Previously Nino Kalandadze, the deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia, claimed official Tbilisi confirms its position on return of the OSCE mission into the territory of the country.
She underlined this desire was presented at the OSCE summit in Vienna.
"We are interested in the Mission's return to Georgia and monitoring of the occupied territories," Kalandadze said.