In Geneva, the delegation of South Ossetia raised the issue of illegal post in the village of Uista


The issue of the illegal Georgian post in the village of Uista in Znaur District of South Ossetia was discussed during the 55th round of the Geneva discussions on security in Transcaucasia, the press service of the office of the Republic’s Plenipotentiary Envoy for post-conflict settlement told the “Res” news agency.

“It was emphasized the extremely negative impact on the state of affairs of the fortified post illegally set up by the Georgian side near the Ossetian border village of Uista,” the press service said.

The South Ossetian delegation drew the attention of other participants to the need for delimitation and subsequent demarcation of the border between the Republic of South Ossetia and Georgia.

“This would become a serious factor in strengthening security and stability in the region and would meet the interests of the population living on both sides of the South Ossetian-Georgian state border,” the press service stressed.

On December 7-8, another round of International Discussions on Security in Transcaucasia, held on the basis of the agreements adopted on August 12 and September 8, 2008, took place in Geneva. The negotiations were attended by delegations from the Republic of South Ossetia, the Republic of Abkhazia, Georgia, the Russian Federation, the United States, as well as the EU, UN and OSCE representatives.

The work took place in two groups: on security and on humanitarian issues.

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