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NO FIRE EXCHANGE IN GEORGIAN-OSSETIAN CONFLICT ZONE LAST NIGHT

Last night no fire exchange was registered in the Georgian-Ossetian conflict zone, AzerTAj reported.

According to official powers, no agreements were achieved at last night's meeting between Lev Mironov, Russian Foreign Ministry's Ambassador at Large, and co-chairmen of the interethnic commission for the Georgian-Ossetian conflict. These talks will continue today.

Co-chairmen of the interethnic commission are Georgy Khaindrava, Georgia's state minister for conflict settlement, Boris Chochiyev representing South Ossetia, and Taimuraz Kusov representing North Ossetia (a republic in the Russian Federation).

The sides are considering the situation in South Ossetia and ways of its settlement.

The press service of the Georgian president has told AzerTAj correspondent that Mikhail Saakashvili had set off for a three-day official visit to Great Britain on Monday. He is going to seek international support in the Georgian-Ossetian conflict there. His visit will last into July 15.

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