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EU Concerned about Demarcation Activities Along Administrative Border

29.11.2010
EU Monitoring Mission expresses concerned about demarcation works along administrative boarder with the so-called South Ossetia.

On November 29, the EUMM reported that on 25 November an EU Monitoring Mission patrol observed seven Russian and South Ossetian armed personnel accompanying three South Ossetian civilians performing measuring activities on the ground along the Administrative Boundary Line, close to the village of Ditsi.

According to the Mission, this is not the first time that such measuring activity has been reported. The EUMM is concerned about these “border demarcation works”, as they are incompatible with the principle of Georgian territorial integrity, which is fully supported by the European Union.

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