The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland has released a statement on the so-called borderization process in the Tskhinvali region.
“The Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs is concerned about the Russian-backed resumption of the process of building artificial barriers by the de facto Tskhinvali government in the village of Gugutiantkari, adjacent to the administrative border of South Ossetia/Tskhinvali region of Georgia.
The borderization process, which has been going on since 2011, has a serious impact on the population living along the occupation line. This leads to further restrictions on the free movement of people and goods. This, another illegal act by the de facto authorities of the South Ossetian/Tskhinvali region, not only aggravates the already grave humanitarian situation, but also poses a serious threat to security and stability on the ground.
The Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs calls on the Russian Federation to immediately stop its illegal actions against Georgia and fulfill all its obligations under the 2008 ceasefire agreement, among them to withdraw its forces; abolish the recognition of Georgia's South Ossetia/Tskhinvali region and Abkhazia as independent states; allow humanitarian aid in these regions without obstacles,” reads the statement.
source: IPN/ interpressnews.ge