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Russian Foreign Ministry: Russia is worried with build up law enforcement structures at the borders of South Ossetia and Abkhazia2009-01-16 14:03
At today's press conference devoted to results of 2008, Sergey Lavrov said that Russia expresses anxiety about build-up of law enforcement structures presence by Georgia near the borders with South Ossetia and Abkhazia, RIA-Novosti informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Minister, "the EU monitors work in the areas adjacent to South Ossetia and Abkhazia, and we also can register it by our technical means the build-up of Georgian law enforcement structures and Georgian special mission units presence near the borders f South Ossetia and Abkhazia. From time to time provocations occur. We worry about it".
Lavrov believes that to normalize situation in border area "Georgian side must fulfill obligations it took in accordance with Medvedev-Sarkozy plan, and do not admit the presence of Georgian armed forces outside the places of their constant deployment".
Russian Foreign Minister noticed that from Russian side there are no obstacles for OSCE mission in Georgia work.
"Russian side is ready to support the project of decision to prolong OSCE mission in Georgia activities, and was ready to do it even in December. We are also ready to support the decision to sent OSCE mission to South Ossetia, if Tskhinval agrees. This decision was suggested: two separate missions: one in South Ossetia, the other - in Georgia", Lavrov said.
He agreed that the project was, in fact, agreed, but not all the sides agreed to it.