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Russia helping South Ossetia, Georgia – helping itself2010-08-24 17:28
"Mutual Assistance. Cooperation. Security" large-scale humanitarian action began in South Ossetia. Similar activities are planned to take place in Abkhazia too. While Russia is doing its best to help its Caucasian allies providing medical help to its population, Georgia's actions toward the territories on which Tbilisi keeps imposing its sovereignty are limited to threats and border provocations.
South Ossetia will be the center of a number of activities under the inter-agency humanitarian action "Mutual Assistance. Cooperation. Security" up to August 31. Russian doctors including specialists of the Chief Clinical Military Hospital of the Russian Security Service have set up a field hospital in Leningory district to provide free medical assistance from highly qualified specialists to all comers.
The hospital's special pride is a telemedical complex to get in touch with central hospitals in Moscow for necessary consultations among doctors. Admission of patients will begin on August 24.
Medical activities is not the only item on the agenda: over 15 Russian ministries and agencies are involved in the action. Representatives of Russia will analyze and provide consulting assistance in political and social spheres to the RSO. In Tskhinval, the capital of South Ossetia, and Leningory several consulting and expert groups comprising specialists of federal authorities of the RF executive power bodies were organized. Social trainings with various groups and categories of South Ossetian citizens are also on the agenda. The republic will receive over 20 tons of humanitarian cargo - medicines, books, TV equipment and office machines. Several cultural events will take place in Tskhinval.
South Ossetian residents accept help from Russia with extreme gratitude. This is logical - any charitable activities deserve sincere praise. Only Tbilisi feels unhappy about it for a number of reasons. Saakashvili regime hates seeing ties between Moscow and Tskhinval growing tighter. Referring to the fact that the humanitarian action in South Ossetia is assisted by Russian FSS and border service, Georgia gladly labels it a new "occupation" round and preparation of a new base for notorious "Russian spies". By the way, summing up all statements made by Tbilisi representatives on the secret agents Moscow submitted to destroy democratic achievements of the "Rose revolution" the country must have a whole town inhabited exclusively by RF FSS officers.