Medvedev thinks necessary to take account of South Ossetia’s experience in resolving frozen conflicts
Russia’s President Dmitry Medvedev thinks it necessary to take account of South Ossetia’s experience in resolving the so-called frozen conflicts. When meeting his Moldavian counterpart Vladimir Voronin in the Russian Black Sea resort Sochi he described the events in South Ossetia, which came under Georgia’s aggressive attack, as a major warning to all and one.
The events in question showed how dangerous the frozen conflicts are, Medvedev said. It is in this context that one should deal with a settlement of other crises, including the situation around Trans-Dniester, which is pressing for independence from Moldavia. Medvedev believes there is a good chance of settling the problem in question.
[Source: The Voice of Russia, Moscow, 25Aug08]
The Question of South Ossetia
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