We Will Fulfill all Obligations on Six Principles: Deputy Chief of Russian General Staff

Other News Materials 19 August 2008 15:45 (UTC +04:00)

Russia, Moscow, 19 August /corr. Trend R.Agayev / We will fulfill all obligations according to six principles, the Deputy Chief of General Staff of Russia, A.Nogovitsin, stated today at the briefing in Moscow

Large-scale military operations commenced in the unrecognized South Ossetia republic in the early morning of 8 August. Georgian Army was reported to enter Tskhinvali on 9 August. Russian troops forced the Georgian troops back to territory of Georgia.

On 12 August the President Russia Dmitriy Medvedev said that he made a decision to finish operations on bringing Georgia to peace.

"We will implement all obligations according to six principles with that rate, which the situation will allow us," said Nogovitsin.

Six principles of regulating the conflicts envisage non-application of force, final termination of all military actions in the conflicting zones, ensuring free access to humanitarian assistance, return of the armed forces of Georgia to the places of constant dislocation, withdrawal of Russian to the line.