Thursday, 30 August 2001

MOSCOW SEEKS TO CALM NORTH OSSETIA-INGUSH TENSIONS

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Interior Ministry Major General Yakov Stakhov, the special Russian presidential representative on the regulation of the Ossetian-Ingush conflict, told that he and his colleagues are working to prevent any further exacerbation of tensions between the two ethnic communities. Meanwhile, officials in North Ossetia said that they are taking special measures to prevent any terrorist actions there, even as the Ingush government released a statement in Moscow accusing North Ossetia of "crude violation of human rights" against Ingush nationals. (RFE/RL) ALIEV TO GO TO TEHRAN AT LAST 29 August President Heidar Aliev will make an official visit to Iran on 17 September, Iranian officials said in Baku on 29 August.
Interior Ministry Major General Yakov Stakhov, the special Russian presidential representative on the regulation of the Ossetian-Ingush conflict, told that he and his colleagues are working to prevent any further exacerbation of tensions between the two ethnic communities. Meanwhile, officials in North Ossetia said that they are taking special measures to prevent any terrorist actions there, even as the Ingush government released a statement in Moscow accusing North Ossetia of "crude violation of human rights" against Ingush nationals. (RFE/RL) ALIEV TO GO TO TEHRAN AT LAST 29 August President Heidar Aliev will make an official visit to Iran on 17 September, Iranian officials said in Baku on 29 August. Aliev on 28 August had complained to visiting Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Ahani about the fact that his visit has been delayed several times. But he said he looks forward to discussing all issues with Iranian leaders. (ITAR-TASS)
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