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MIL OSI – Source: President of Russia – The Kremlin – English – Headline: Russia – South Ossetia talks

During the one-on-one conversation,
current issues of the two countries’ cooperation were discussed.* * *Beginning of the conversation with President of South Ossetia Anatoly
BibilovPresident of Russia Vladimir Putin: Mr Bibilov, I am glad to see you.There is probably no need to delve into
recent history. We are aware of what happened ten years ago, back in 2008. The situation has undoubtedly stabilised since then. Russia is doing much to ensure
the reliable security – by which I mean military security as well as border
security – of South Ossetia.Thank God, our trade began to grow
last year – first by three percent, then by a whopping 48 percent in the first
nine months of this year, primarily, of course, due to the textiles coming from
South Ossetia.But we are meeting today to discuss
what else should be done to expand the possible range of goods that can reach
the Russian market, what should be done in order to create new jobs, what should
be done to support the republic’s social sphere.I am very happy to see you. Welcome.President of South Ossetia Anatoly Bibilov Bibilov AnatolyPresident of South Ossetia : Thank you, Mr Putin.Allow me first to thank you for your
kind invitation to come to Moscow on an official visit. This is certainly very
important for South Ossetia, and I think that the development of our relations to date has been at a fairly high level. If we consider the political component,
the interstate component, we already have about a hundred agreements, a number
of additional agreements are in the making, and they are exactly the kinds of agreements that will contribute to the advancement of integration processes and the development of our economic relations.Regarding trade, today thanks to the investment programme geared toward economic development, rather significant
steps have been taken. These include the planting of apple orchards, and meat
production on the territory of South Ossetia.There are, of course, certain problems,
which are generally solvable, and I do not think there will be any difficulties.
Of course, compared to what happened
in 2008, it is night and day in South Ossetia in terms of development. We are gradually
forgetting what our children had to go through nine years ago.We are now focusing on economic
development, on the development of the social sphere, and I think it will work
out for us thanks to the Russian Federation.

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