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RSO parliament calling to freeze Geneva discussions2010-11-08 14:21
Deputy of parliament of South Ossetia, chairman of committee for legality, legislation and local self-government Amiran Dyakonov has stated that SO representatives see no point in continuing Geneva discussions in their current format.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I do not support the idea of international self-isolation of South Ossetia; however, participation in the negotiating process in the format of Geneva discussions should be frozen", - IA OSinform is citing the South-Ossetian parliamentarian.
He also stated that the discussions on security in the Transcaucasia held in Geneva should be suspended even despite the many humanitarian issues discussed there.
"I regard it unacceptable to discuss some "humanitarian problems" for years, while Georgia refuses to assume any international legal obligations on the non-use of force against the people of South Ossetia and Abkhazia and while dozens of the abducted citizens of South Ossetia are kept in Georgian jails", - Dyakonov added.
According to his words, the republic's government should use other methods to overcome the isolation of South Ossetia via independent contacts with the foreign political and public circles.
Let us remind you that Geneva discussions have been held since October 2008 on the ground of the agreements achieved between the presidents of Russia and France after the tragic events in August 2008 in South Ossetia. Delegations from Abkhazia, Georgia, RF, USA and South Ossetia, as well as representatives of EU, UN and OSCE take equal part in Geneva meetings.