Russia: South Ossetian People will Decide their Destiny!


Hello,

Looks like things are starting to take a turn toward the better in South Ossetia! The International organizations have finally acknowledge that something bad happened to the Ossetian people and it was not Russia’s doing.

South Ossetian people will decide their destiny – OSCE chief:
South Ossetia’s constitutional future must be decided by its people, according to the leader of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.

Secretary General Marc Perrin de Brichambaut made the comments following a visit to the breakaway republic in the wake of the five day conflict between Russia and Georgia.

“The destiny of South Ossetia will be decided by the South Ossetian people, taking into account history and the present realities of life,” he said. “It is also necessary to take into account close cooperation and relations with North Ossetia.” (Link)

OSCE mission gives ear to refugees in North Ossetia:
With the continuing humanitarian crisis in the region, a mission from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has visited the Alagir refugee camp in North Ossetia.

Lead by OSCE Secretary General Marc Perrin, members of the mission spoke to the refugees to get an objective overview of the conflict.

Perrin praised Russia for the work done in helping the refugees.

Earlier Russian President Dmitry Medvedev called for a stronger role for the mission in the region.

He also stressed the readiness of the Russian side for close interaction. (Link)

The OSCE is the world’s largest regional security organization whose 56 participating States span the geographical area from Vancouver to Vladivostok.

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Good organization!

Kyle & Svet

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