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Russian official calls Georgia’s South Ossetia plan unrealistic

Moscow considers unrealistic Georgia’s U.S.-supported plan for regulating the conflict in South Ossetia, a Russian Foreign Ministry ambassador, the co-chairman of the Mixed Control Commission for the solution of the South Ossetian conflict, said Monday. Valery Kenyaikin said Georgia’s conflict resolution plan for the self-proclaimed republic in its territory, presented by Georgian Prime Minister Zurab Nogaideli on October 27 at an Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) conference in Vienna, showed a less compromising position from Georgia. Full Story

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