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Moscow and Tskhinval to execute a number of agreements2011-02-08 13:55
According to Head of South-Ossetian MFA Murat Jioyev, five interstate cooperation agreements are to be signed between Tskhinval and Moscow in the nearest future, IA Res reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"An interstate agreement on cooperation in the field of emergency situations prevention and response will be signed in the line of EMERCOM, - he told. - Similar agreements will be signed in the line of the Ministry of Health, as well as in the field of information technologies".
At the same time, Jioyev underlined that the foreign policy administration of the Caucasian republic is holding a number of events that may influence the process of recognizing South Ossetia by other countries.
Let us remind you that Russia recognized Abkhazia and South Ossetia's independence on 26 August 2008, which was preceded by the introduction of Georgian troops in South Ossetia on August 8.
Georgia's military aggression resulted in almost complete destruction of Tskhinval's republic and the death of over 200 common citizens and peacekeepers. In response, Russia held an operation on forcing Georgia to peace and Russian citizens protection.