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South Ossetia excludes contacts with Georgia2013-02-12 13:27
South Ossetian authorities are not going to establish any relations with Georgia until the country recognizes genocide of the Ossetian people and the independence of South Ossetia. According to the RSOnews, this was announced on February 11, by the RSO President Leonid Tibilov.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The president said that any relationships with Georgia could be established only after the positive steps in this regard. The recognition of the independence and the genocide of the Ossetian people are fundamental in building a dialogue with the Georgian side. In addition, Leonid Tibilov particularly noted the need to sign a legally binding treaty on the nonuse of force, strongly delayed by Georgia. In this case, this agreement should be signed within the framework of the Geneva discussions.
"Our guidelines are aimed at Russia - this is our main foreign policy course, which is the main issue of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic", Tibilov concluded.
As recalled by the IA Regnum, soon after the meeting of the Georgian Patriarch Ilia II with Russian President Vladimir Putin, held in Moscow on January 23, South Ossetian web-sites circulated pictures from the meeting in the hotel "Ukraine" in Moscow depicting Ilia II with a board member of the Moscow Ossetian community, businessman, native of Georgia Gocha Dzasokhov, former chairman of the Moscow community, physician Amyrhanom Torchinov and native of North Ossetia Nugzar Juruli. A number of Ossetian political parties, social organizations and leaders condemned the participants of the meeting.