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Chochiev: disagreement in Geneva was Georgia’s fault2008-12-19 15:21
No final agreements were reached at the consultations in Geneva, stated Boris Chochiev, special representative of South Ossetian President , RosBalt informs, alluding to the republican State Committee on information and Press.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Chochiev, the final document was not signed, and it was Georgia's fault.
«Great work was done in Geneva. We let the world community to know that situation in South Ossetia remains complicated. Georgian side does not implement the Medvedev-Sarkozy agreement, provocative activities in areas adjacent to Dzava and Leninogori districts continue. Troops are again concentrated there, the maneuvers of Georgian brigade II continue », Chochiev said.
According to the special representative, South Ossetia proposed to enforce Georgian side to sign the non-aggression memorandum, but Georgia refused to do it.
Chochiev also blamed Georgia for cutting South Ossetia off natural gas.
According to him, republican administration agrees to work with the UN, OSCE and the EU, but only in case they have the proper mandate.
In Chochiev's view, in one of the TV interviews Saakashvili himself confessed that Georgia started the war; other Georgian politicians accept it as well. «Nevertheless, international organizations leave Georgia a chance to acquit», Chochiev noticed.
Let us remind that the next round of negotiations is to be held on February 17th -18th 2009.