Georgia, Tbilisi, Oct.1 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Georgian Foreign Minister has called for Russia to stop "demarcation activities" in the Shida Kartli region adjacent to South Ossetia.
"The activity undertaken by Russia violates the ceasefire agreement of 12 August, 2008, and represents yet another provocation leading to the further restriction the right of free movement of Georgian citizens residing in the occupied regions and adjacent areas, and violating their property rights," the Foreign Ministry's statement reads.
"Such activities will also create additional obstacles to the supply of water to adjoining territories, and especially to the village of Ditsi," the Foreign Ministry said.
"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia demands that Russia immediately cease the provocation, and calls upon the international community to react appropriately to this illegal activity," the statement says.
The Georgian Interior Ministry earlier blamed Russian forces, which after the August 2008 war established control over South Ossetia, for other provocative and illegal acts.