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The Ossetians can get free treatment in exchange for so-called "neutral passports"2012-02-16 13:34
Georgian authorities have stated that the citizens of South Ossetia, who would take so-called "neutral passports" or "neutral ID", would be entitled to get free treatment in Georgian medical facilities.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by VZGLIAD, Georgian authorities have stated that the citizens of South Ossetia, who would take so-called "neutral passports" or "neutral ID", would be entitled to get free treatment in Georgian medical facilities.
Chief of staff of the Abkhaz government in exile, functioning in Georgia, Nata Sherozia told the edition that a "sufficiently high number of people" have used the opportunity of such treatment. However, the exact figures were not called.
As the edition reported earlier, Georgia has issued only six so-called "neutral passports" for the residents of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, and all of them were received by the representatives of Abkhazia. They've also issued to 50 "neutral IDs". These documents withot symbols of Georgia were specifically designed for the Abkhazians and South Ossetians.
Recall, as previously reported by the RSOnews, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia initiated the issuance of "neutral passports" to the inhabitants of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, so they could move freely around the world.
In connection to this situation with "neutral passports", the Russian Foreign Ministry said that despite its name, these passports are not neutral, since the "country code" contains a reference to Georgia, and the Georgian Interior Ministry figures as the issuing body.
Thus, the absence of the Georgian state symbols in these documents is a ploy, an attempt to deceive those who on a plan of Tbilisi should get these documents, namely - the residents of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, said in the Foreign Ministry.