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South Ossetia urges Georgia to work on delimitation and demarcation of the state frontiers2012-10-17 16:38
According to the presidential envoy for post-conflict settlement Murat Dzhioyev, there can be no economic relations between South Ossetia and Georgia since the latter does not provide security guarantees. This was stated at a briefing in Tskhinval, the OSRadio reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Dzhioyev, this issue was discussed at the 21st round of the Geneva talks on security in Transcaucasian region, held on October 10-11.
He stressed that the development of economic relations can be possible only after Georgia signs legally binding document on the use of force against South Ossetia.
In addition, according to Murat Dzhioyev, during Geneva talks Ossetia once again called on Georgia to start cooperation in the work on delimitation and demarcation of the state border.
"We recall that we have established the Commission for the delimitation and demarcation of the state border with Georgia, and called on the Georgian side to work together", the envoy said.
Recall, earlier it was reported that the opposition coalition "Georgian Dream", which had won in the parliamentary election in Georgia, announced its readiness to start negotiations with South Ossetia and Abkhazia bypassing Russia.
According to the leader of the "Georgian Dream" Bidzina Ivanishvili, his coalition is planning to soften the current Georgian legislation governing relations with two unrecognized republics, considered by Tbilisi the "Russian-occupied territories".