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Independence destabilized2010-06-17 14:53
Stability on the borders of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, as recent shootouts in Rep and Diseu villages show, is not what Georgian leaders want since security in the region lulls the world community to sleep while the new republics keep strengthening their independence when left alone. As it is believed in Tskhinval and Sukhum, Georgian special services are trying to destabilize the situation through sabotage.
Hardly had the border checkpoint been removed in near-border Diseu village of South Ossetia when the threat of Georgian aggression is there again. Several armed people allegedly policemen from Interior Ministry outpost in Koshki village (Georgia) broke in the house of Anatoly Kisiyev, a village resident shooting at him when he refused to leave the house. With three wounds Kisiyev was taken to Republican hospital. Robert, a 15-year-old son of the owner, was beaten up after his father was injured.
South Ossetian Ministry of Foreign Affairs is concerned over "a new attempt by the Georgian side to destabilize the situation in the region" reminding to the world community that the Georgian side refuses to sign a non-use of force agreement having no intention to settle Georgian-Ossetian relations by peaceful means.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Ossetia also calls attention of EU monitors to the tragic incident in the zone under their control.
Anatol Kisiyev's condition is stable despite perforating wounds in both shoulders and a shank, the doctors state. He reports on four armed Georgians wearing uniforms shooting at him. "I came into the house hearing Georgian speech. In Georgian they started yelling at me to leave the house. I hid myself upstairs. They were shooting at me, and I got three wounds", - Kisiyev told RES news agency. According to him, the assaulters were sure they had killed him.
South Ossetian Ministry of Interior has begun investigating into the incident.
Georgia keeps silent offering no comments on the attack in Diseu village. As Anatoly Chekhoyev, a politologist, believes, Tbilisi won't hunt for the shooters. The best they'll do is shift all the blame onto criminals. He thinks all the population of Georgia seeks destabilization.