The position of Georgia is of an ultimatum - Deputy Presidential Envoy of South Ossetia

Wed, 19/08/2015 - 09:53

Geneva international discussions on security and stability in the Transcaucasia "remain the only platform to resolve issues caused by the conflict which is recognized by all participants", - told the Tass the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
In his opinion, it is necessary "to achieve tangible progress" in resolving all the issues arising from the conflict in August 2008.
The Secretary General also expressed concern about allegations of "erecting border" along the dividing lines between the conflicting parties.
The situation was commented by Deputy Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy of the RSO for post-conflict settlement Khokh Gagloyty.
"First of all, to reflect the actual situation it is correctly to use the term "representatives of the parties," not "participants ", as all the delegations present in Geneva are certain parties", - said the Deputy Presidential Envoy to South Ossetia.
Khokh Gagloyty noted that "South Ossetia has been moving in the direction of progress in the settlement of relations between the Republic of South Ossetia and Georgia."
"Our position has always been clear and open, - continued Gagloyty. - We are committed to building bilateral relations with Georgia, based on the highest standards of international law.
Any other approaches to this issue, covered by some cunning advocated, but not related to reality, dogmas, are attempts to distort the meaning and essence of the issues. "
Deputy Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the RSO for post-conflict settlement Khokh Gagloyty has also focused on the statement of the Permanent Representative of Georgia to the UN Kakha Imnadze, in which it was stated that "Georgia does not see the need to establish a direct dialogue with Abkhazia and South Ossetia, and prefers to negotiate with Russia ".
"This sentence clearly makes it clear whose position is a barrier to the "tangible progress ", the need for which was expressed by the respected UN Secretary-General, - stated Khokh Gagloyty. - With regard to the phrase "the construction of the border", used by the UN Secretary-General, - it is a statement that creates a false perception of the observer. "
The state border of South Ossetia exists since the proclamation of the state sovereignty of South Ossetia on May 29, 1992.
"Along the of the state border line of the Republic of South Ossetia on its South Ossetian - Georgian section is being carried out the planned work. In this case, apparently, it is appropriate to note that similar work is being carried out on the South Ossetian - Russian section of the state border of South Ossetia ", - said Gagloyty.
He also noted that "another demonstration of categoricalness of the Representative of Georgia to the United Nations is very flawed and designed to mislead the international community, hence the lack of comparability as follows (in objective analysis) productive approach to conflict resolution of the South Ossetian and Georgian sides."

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