Переговоры в рамках женевских дискуссий

Results of the Geneva discussions: threats of risk and demilitarization of the state border

10/07/2019 - 12:28

The situation around the borders of South Ossetia remains rather tense, and it is the Georgian side that deliberately creates this situation. The South Ossetian delegation said this at the next round of the Geneva discussions in early July. At the same time, the participants in the discussions noted that the situation in the Republic remained stable for the period since the last round, there were no excesses that could cause extreme concern.

Geneva discussions are aimed at ensuring the security of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, - the Plenipotentiary

10/07/2019 - 12:12

The Georgian delegation at the Geneva discussions is trying to transfer the conversation into the Georgian-Russian plane, and therefore the South Ossetian delegation at every round reminds that the discussions are held because Georgia attacked South Ossetia, the head of the South Ossetian delegation, at the Geneva discussions Murat Dzhioev said at a briefing on Tuesday, summing up the 48th round.

Strengthening the position of NATO in Georgia is a serious risk to security in the region as a whole, - the Plenipotentiary of South Ossetia

04/07/2019 - 22:43

In Geneva, the question was raised again about the need to strengthen the work on legally binding instruments on the non-use of force between Georgia and South Ossetia, Georgia and Abkhazia, which would have firm international guarantees, said the Presidential Envoy for post-conflict settlement of the Republic Murat Dzhioev.

According to him, the work took place in two working groups. The first working group discussed security issues near the borders of the Republic of South Ossetia with Georgia, while the second group dealt with humanitarian issues.

South Ossetian participants in Geneva called on the parties to continue working on a document on the non-use of force

04/07/2019 - 21:46

Report of the South Ossetian delegation to the media on the outcome of the 48th round of the Geneva Security Discussions in Transcaucasia

On July 2-3, 20197, a regular round of international discussions on security in Transcaucasia took place in Geneva. The delegations of the Republic of South Ossetia, the Republic of Abkhazia, Georgia, the Russian Federation, the USA, as well as representatives of the EU, the UN and the OSCE took part in it. The South Ossetian delegation was headed by the Presidential Plenipotentiary for Post-Conflict Settlement, Murat Dzhioev.

Geneva Discussions Participants Concerned over Growing US and NATO Activity in the South Caucasus Region

03/07/2019 - 21:01

Russia considers theses about the accelerated admission of Georgia to NATO dangerous, said Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin on Wednesday after another round of Geneva discussions on Transcaucasia.

"A separate topic we, together with our partners from Abkhazia and South Ossetia, highlighted the themes of the growing activity of the US and NATO in the South Caucasus region; numerous, rather large-scale multinational exercises of this military-political bloc," said Karasin.

Russia and Georgia can discuss relations on the sidelines of the Geneva Meeting on Transcaucasia - Grigory Karasin

02/07/2019 - 12:33

The Geneva security meetings in the South Caucasus are devoted exclusively to the relations of Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Georgia

Representatives of Russia and Georgia can discuss bilateral relations between the countries on the sidelines of the Geneva Security Discussion in the South Caucasus, which will take place on July 2-3, said Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin.

Geneva discussions: South Ossetia is set to work constructively

01/07/2019 - 16:47

The 48th round of Geneva discussions will be held on July 2-3

The South Ossetian delegation went to Geneva to participate in the next round of the Geneva discussions. The main goal of the dialogue remains the development of bilateral legally binding agreements on the non-use of force by Georgia against South Ossetia and Abkhazia. Work on these documents began in 2008.

In early June, the co-chairs arrived in South Ossetia and discussed the agenda of the upcoming round with members of the South Ossetian delegation.