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EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia (EU)
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Twentieth round of Geneva talks (09.06.2012)

No progress has been reported by negotiators after twentieth round of Geneva discussions on June 8 with participants agreeing to hold next round of talks, launched following the August 2008 war, after four months.

Abkhazia declares EU diplomat persona non grata (25.04.2012)

Georgia’s breakaway region of Abkhazia has declared the head of the European Union's Monitoring Mission in Georgia "persona non grata."

New South Ossetian crisis averted? (24.01.2012)

The protracted standoff in Georgia's breakaway republic of South Ossetia between Alla Dzhioyeva, the opposition candidate whose victory in a presidential runoff ballot last November was annulled by the republic's Supreme Court, and the republic's leaders may be close to an end.

New political confrontation looms in South Ossetia (18.01.2012)

The fragile political stability that followed the agreement signed in December between outgoing de facto South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity and Alla Dzhioyeva, whose victory in the runoff ballot to choose his successor was annulled by the breakaway republic's Supreme Court, is in jeopardy.

South Ossetia court annuls second round of presidential voting (29.11.2011)

According to preliminary results of voting released on November 28, former Education Minister Alla Dzhioyeva was leading with 56.7 percent of the vote, compared to 40 percent for Emergency Situations Minister Anatoly Bibilov. Bibilov had been openly supported by Moscow.

EU blasts poll in breakaway Georgian region (14.11.2011)

The European Union reiterated today (14 November) that it does not recognise the breakaway region of South Ossetia, largely under Russian control after a brief war with Georgia in August 2008, nor the election held there on Sunday.

Georgia-Russia: learn to live like neighbours – new ICG briefing (08.08.2011)

On the third anniversary of their war over South Ossetia, talks between Georgia and Russia are needed to create positive momentum in a still unstable environment. “Georgia-Russia: Learn to Live like Neighbours “, the latest briefing from the International Crisis Group, examines the continuing...