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Georgian FM: Russia violates the basic principles of international law2013-05-28 12:02
Georgian Foreign Ministry expressed "concern" over the installation of barbed wire at the border line of the so-called separatist regions, the Trend reports. In a statement by the Foreign Ministry of Georgia spread on Tuesday, such actions of the Russian troops "represent a violation of the basic principles of international law, as well as a violation of internationally recognized borders of Georgia and a gross violation of the ceasefire agreement of August 12, 2008."gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Georgian Foreign Ministry urged the Russian Federation to stop creating barriers in the territory of Abkhazia and South Ossetia through the installation of barbed wire, to fulfill the items of the agreement of August 12, 2008, and withdraw its troops from Georgia's regions.
"Georgia is going to inform its international partners and the international community about the situation so that they adequately responded to the illegal actions," said in a statement.
Information about so-called "demarcation" works near the villages of Ditsi and Dvani was spread on May 27 by the Georgian television. According to the television, Russian border guards installed new barbed wire in the vicinity of the Georgian villages, pushing "administrative border" between Georgia and South Ossetia a few hundred meters into the Georgian-controlled territory, the IA Regnum reported.