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Foreign Ministry of South Ossetia calls on Georgia to come to terms with political reality2012-03-29 12:10
South Ossetian Foreign Ministry is outraged by the statements of the Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili concerning Abkhazia and the RSO, he made at the Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Recall, Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili, speaking at the plenary session of the Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul, called Abkhazia and South Ossetia "black holes" for the contraband of nuclear materials. "International monitoring is not carried out in the Russian-occupied Georgian regions - Abkhazia and South Ossetia, so they are really the two black holes ...", President said.
He stressed that several cases of smuggling of nuclear materials has been fixed "exactly in the occupied territories", but the international community has received no information from these areas. "There is no international mechanism to confirm these cases or to start an investigation", Saakashvili said.
In turn, the Foreign Ministry of South Ossetia stated, "Such speculative statements made by the Georgian authorities are made to divert attention from their own problems and buildup military forces that threaten the stability in the region. After the aggression against South Ossetia, Tbilisi took a course on modernization the Georgian armed forces, focusing on correcting "shortcomings", highlighted during the military conflict", the IA Regnum reported.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Ossetia is confident that "such statements by Georgian politicians are nothing more than traditional attacks by Georgia on South Ossetia and Russia and will never make South Ossetia and Abkhazia closer to Georgia".