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Security Zone (SZ) defined by 1994 Ceasefire Agreement and CIS Agreement. Checkpoint allowed

12+12 km

Restricted Weapons Zone (RWZ defined by 1994 Agreement and CIS Agreement. Checkpoints not allowed, patrolling allowed with prior notification

New Check-Points of Russian Side after Invasion of Georgia (by 25.08.2008: Ochamchire, Meore Gudava,Jikmuri, Gupagu, Anaklia, Khudoni, Kvira, Mujava, Pirveli Maisi (Khobi), Chkhorotsku, Menji, Nabada (Poti), Patara Poti, Teklati, Kantisubani. In Upper Abkhazia: Gentsvishi, Omarishara, Sakeni, Chkhalta, Kvabchara

“Additional Security measures” envisaged by ceasefire agreement not applicable to this area as defined by President Sarkozy's letter.


Area of the “Additional Security measures” envisaged by ceasefire agreement as defined by President Sarkozy’s letter (“few kilometers around Tskhinvali within the conflict zone”)

Conflict Zone defined by the Decision of Joint Control Commission (12.07.1992), 15 kilometers around Tskhinvali

Administrative border of South Ossetia ----

New Check-Points of Russian Side after Invasion of Georgia (by 25.08.2008: Perevi, Godora, Ali, Variani, Ikoti, Tsiara, Ptsa, Karaleti, Shavshvebi, Ergneti, Muguti, Megvrekisi-Brotsleti)


New Check-Points of Russian Side after Invasion of Georgia ceasefire agreement as defined by President Sarkozy’s letter (“few kilometers around Tskhinvali within the conflict zone”)(by 25.08.2008)


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