February 4, 2023

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South Ossetia announces abandonment of referendum plan on its integration with Russia

The “uncertainty associated with the legal consequences” of such advice is presented to illustrate this conclusion.

New officials in the pro-Russian Georgian separatist region of South Ossetia on Monday announced they would abandon a referendum on its integration with Russia. In an order, the “President” Alan Kaglov called “Uncertainty linked to legal consequences” Such a consultation, decided by his predecessor Anatoly Biplov, was scheduled to take place on July 17.

என்று எடுத்துரைத்தார் “Unilateral decision by referendum on issues related to the legitimate rights and interests of the Russian Federation is unacceptable”. Alan Kaglov called, however “We must hold consultations with the Russian side without delay on all issues related to the further integration of South Ossetia and the Russian Federation.”

On May 13, South Ossetian officials announced that Anatoly Biplov had signed a decree on holding a referendum. “Historical Desire” The inhabitants of this small Caucasian region connect with Russia, which borders it.

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