Comments:Ceasefire signed in Georgian-Russian conflict
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Okay, what's going to happen to South Ossetia? Did the ceasefire agreement not say anything about them?
220.127.116.11 03:23, 16 August 2008 (UTC)
- What do you think? Things will remain the same, with some differences that aren't really important. Now, there is a window for at least a "special status" to be implemented in both Abkhazia and South Ossetia. There will also be an "international discussion" about the possibility of these two region becoming officially independent. Either way, things will remain the same... Russia will always control the two regions. Now I ask all of you who are reading this... Was the loss of life, destruction of civilian homes and their lives worth it? Why were people killed and injured so that things remain the same? The individuals that decided this are humans? Do they have the minimum decency? For me, at least, this is proof that those individuals are not humans, but monsters that do not respect life.
Peace for our timeEdit
Where's the original text of this deal, are we living in the stone age? The West says the Russians break the deal and Russia says it's complying to the rules of the ceasefire. So how can we check this. In my opinion if nobody comes up with the agreement plans there is no plan. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 17:47, 23 August 2008 (UTC)
I've put a link to the hard to find terms of the agreement on the Wiki page, which was removed almost instantaneously. http://reliefweb.int/rw/rwb.nsf/db900SID/LSGZ-7HJGHG?OpenDocument "Six-point peace plan for the Georgia-Russia conflict". Deutsche Presse, August 15, 2008
I suggest the wiki team close the subject and give the public access to the text agreed upon, which I found after hard searching work via Google.
- You simply can't add new material to old articles after ~24 hours after they've been published. If you want to write a NEW article about this, or add it into an existing article that is about to be published, then do so. But you CANNOT add to this one. It is done. Finished. Over. Ended. Gopher65talk 18:56, 23 August 2008 (UTC)
The most important link is removed time and time again. The agreement text itself:
- "Six-point peace plan for the Georgia-Russia conflict" — , August 15, 2008
Someone doesn't want the public to know what was agreed upon.
- Can even you read? You cannot place new information in an old article! If you want this "suppressed" information to "get out", then get off your butt and write a new article on it! Placing it in an old article that no one is reading any longer defeats the purpose. Gopher65talk 19:06, 23 August 2008 (UTC)