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During his visit to Moscow Mikhail Saakashvili will discuss the situation around South Ossetia
During his visit to Moscow on July 2-4 Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili will discuss the situation around South Ossetia, the former Georgian autonomy that in the early 1990s was deprived of this status by first president of the post-Soviet Georgia Zviad Gamsakhurdia and after the following inter-ethnic conflict actually seceded from Georgia, Teimuraz Gamtsemlidze, Georgia's ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to Russia, has reported. "South Ossetia is a question and a problem in Russian-Georgian relations. Both parties are interested in resolving it," he said. The Georgian party refused to take part in a session of the Joint control committee on the Georgian-Ossetian conflict due in Moscow on Wednesday, and delivered an ultimatum that servicemen of the Georgian National Security Ministry recently detained in the republic should be released. However, the South Ossetian authorities accuse the detainees of intelligence activities in the republic and of drafting a military map and do not intend to release them before investigation is over. The Russian Foreign Ministry has already expressed concern about the aggravated situation in the conflict zone.
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