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Georgia changing war for “peace march”2011-08-24 20:24
Mikhail Saakashvili would not give it a rest. Georgian authorities are preparing another provocation at the border with South Ossetia. Three thousand people forcibly recruited by Sakartvelo government under the pretext of a "peace march" are to rush in the independent republic. Russian MFA has characterized the Georgian government's idea as an "adventure", calling to stop before it is too late.
Caucasian dove of peace - Mikhail Saakashvili - is again fluttering his mangy wings above South Ossetia: the republic's independence won't leave him in peace. This time, the Georgian president decided to use not the army but the most unprotected part of the population. The so-called "peace march" associated with August 26, the third anniversary of the acknowledgement of Abkhazia and South Ossetia's independence by RF, will be held by forcibly enrolled refugees. Russian MFA is warning: Saakashvili should better stop before things get worse.
What is this "peace march"? According to the authorities' idea, three thousand people will march "from the Georgian locality of Odzisi to a border post on the road leading to the South-Ossetian town of Leningori". The allegedly peaceful procession will be made up by residents of a camp for forcibly displaced persons in Tserovani, as well as natives from Chechnya living in Ahmetskiy region of Georgia. This is no freewill flush: poor refugees are threatened into the upcoming provocation.
"According to the information available, enrollment of the potential participants is arranged in the context of the scheduled re-registration of refugees in the Georgian Ministry for Refugees and Resettlement. The authorities widely use pressure and threats. In some cases, the citizens are forced to acknowledge in writing their obligation to take part in the Peace March", - RF MFA underlines in a communiqué issued in the context of Georgia's initiatives.
Peacefulness of the action is much doubted. It appears that the enrolled refugees will be forced to cross the border of the independent republic, which Russian MFA is warning about.
"The scenario provides for an attempt of massive illegal penetration in the territory of South Ossetia under the slogan of bringing refugees to their homes", - the report goes. Will Saakashvili address local residents, calling them to "sleep easily" as he did several hours in advance of bombarding Tskhinval, before the miserable, forcibly recruited provokers hold their "march"?