Georgia won't intervene in the events in South Ossetia - Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Official Tbilisi can't intervene in the events in South Ossetia, if the situation there worsens, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia David Jalagania said.
"We cannot intervene directly in the situation. We'll try to influence events through the existing international mechanisms. We hope that the situation there does not worsen", the deputy minister said.
Earlier, Chairman of the Law, Legality and Local Government Commitee of the Parliament of South Ossetia Amiran Dyakonov said that law enforcement authorities of South Ossetia must prevent the inauguration of opposition leader Alla Dzhioeva.
"The Republic of South Ossetia is capable state ruled by law and carrying out any inaugurations in circumvention of the law is outside the legal field. There is a Supreme Court decision to cancel the November election results, which can only be challenged in the legal field", Dyakonov said.
"If Dzhioeva holds inauguration, the police must take all measures to stop such actions", he said, adding that establishment of power structures in parallel to the authorities is unacceptable.
"Once there was an attempt to create some structures in parallel, I mean the so-called alternative government of Dmitry Sanakoev, created by the Georgian special services. This should not happen second time - the law must be paramount", the deputy concluded.