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Tbilisi is sure of OSCE’s support2010-12-02 12:19
Chairman of the Georgian parliamentary foreign affairs committee Akaki Minashvili has stated that the organization supported Russian military bases withdrawal from Abkhazia and South Ossetia at the OSCE summit in Astana, Rosbalt reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Primarily, it was once again underlined at the summit that Georgia is going to restore its national integrity peacefully", - he remarked, having added that first, international observers are to enter Abkhazia and South Osssetia.
Let us remind you of the words of South-Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity: "Raising the issue of increasing the number of military observers in the conflict zone and demanding wider powers for themselves, they knew perfectly well and possessed information on the amount of live force and military equipment gathering near the South-Ossetian borders in August 2008".
Russia recognized the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia on 26 August 2008.This was preceded by the entering of Georgian troops in South Ossetia on August 8. Georgia's military aggression resulted in almost complete ruin of Tskhinval, the capital of the republic, over 200 common citizens and peacekeepers died. Russia responded by holding an operation on forcing Georgia to peace and defending Russian citizens.