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MOSCOW, March 11. /TASS/. The draft federal law on ratification of the Agreement between Russia and South Ossetia on state border presented by the Russian Foreign Ministry has been submitted to Russian President Vladimir Putin for ratification. The relevant document has been posted on the government website on Friday.
"The treaty is a basic document that defines the passage of the state border between the two countries on all its length from the western point of junction of the state borders of Russia, South Ossetia and Georgia to the eastern point of junction of the state borders of Russia, South Ossetia and Georgia whose locations are to be determined by separate trilateral agreements," the document notes.
The draft law was endorsed by the Russian government at a meeting in March.