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Tue, 13/10/2009 - 12:50

Vaidm Brovtsev met with representatives of public organizations of the Republic

The Chairman of the South Ossetian Government Vadim Brovtsev met with representatives of public organizations. Representatives of “Russian Union of Afghan Veterans” and Trade Union Council participated in the meeting. Representatives of the South Ossetian Regional Organization “Union of Afghan Veterans” discussed with Vadim Brovtsev the possible variants for cooperation. Prime Minister promised the Afghan Veteran Organizations to help in getting more social benefits.

Tue, 13/10/2009 - 12:46

Chairman of the RSO Government visited Kvaisa

On 11 October, Chairman of the RSO Government Vadim Brovtsev visited Kvaisa, Djava district, to discuss issues related to rehabilitation. Vadim Brovtsev saw the location for construction of houses damaged in the earthquake.

Tue, 13/10/2009 - 10:00

Boris Chochiev speaks about the Joint Peacekeeeping Forces (JPKF) dissolved in 2008: It was a unique mechanism

A year after the Joint Peacekeeping Forces in the Zone of Georgian-Ossetian Ocnflict were dissolved and withdrawn, the Special Representative for Post-Conflict Settlement Boris Chochiev shared his memories with RES agency. He was previously representing the South Ossetian side to the Joint Control Commission (JCC).
“I can talk long about the role of the peacekeepers which were brought to the zone of Georgian-Ossetian conflict in accordance with the 1992 Dagomys Agreement”, said Boris Chochiev. “In its format and mandate, this was a unique mechanism comprised of representatives of the military contingents of the sides to the conflict and those of the mediator’s side. Throughout their joint activities, these trilateral peacekeeping forces with 500 personnel representing each side were gradually transformed into a unified mechanism. One can say that they were united by the same interests and one and the same goal. Checkpoints and posts were deployed on the territory of the conflict zone in the way that they had constant contacts with each other. Every morning each side’s representatives participated in a joint meeting. They also together participated in all big celebrations. Senior military representative of the Georgian battalion, deceased Panteleimon Georgadze had even participated in the meetings of the government. When we were celebrating the 5th anniversary of the JPKF, senior military representative and senior observer of the Georgian battalion were also standing at the rostrum. While celebrating the 10th anniversary, Vice-Speaker of the Georgian Parliament Vahtang Rcheulishvili, Georgian State Minister for Conflict Settlement Irakli Machavariani and other Georgian officials received awards from the South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity.