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Geneva Talks co-chairmen discussed security issues in Tskhinval2009-03-31 17:45
Today in Tskhinval the co-chairmen of Geneva Talks discussed the mechanisms to ensure security in the region, announced Pierre Morel, the head of the EU delegation. According to Morel, the mechanism on incident prevention implies weekly meetings of the experts from the sides, information exchange and holding extraordinary meetings in case of necessity.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Charalampos Christopoulos, the OSCE chairperson spokesman reported of the establishment of the special commission on the issue of South Ossetians imprisoned in Georgia. According to Morel, the commission will include one person from each: Georgia and South Ossetia and one representative of the OSCE. He assured that the commission will start its work in the nearest future.
According to Boris Chochiyev, the head of the South Ossetian delegation at Geneva Talks, "the South Ossetian delegation is discontent with the position of the UN, the OSCE and the EU. The co-chairpersons, representing the international organizations, are not objective, they are pro-Georgian. We don't see the assessment of the Georgian side's actions and do not see the implementation of the made decisions ", the spokesman of the South Ossetia's leader said. The co-chairpersons of the Geneva Talks will meet Leninogori district [of South Ossetia] today.