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Foreign Ministry of Georgia made a statement2009-06-10 12:57
In the light of the events in Perevi the Foreign Ministry of Georgia spread a statement in which "calls upon the international community to employ all instruments at its disposal in order to bring Russia to comply with the norms and principles of international law, as well as with its international commitments, including the ceasefire agreement of 12 August 2008" - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Ministry, "an illegal militia gang of about 50 men and 2 armoured vehicles under the control of the Tskhinvali proxy regime entered the village of Perevi on 7 June 2009."
The Ministry also comments upon the accident of June 8th - "On 8 June, the Kharchilavas family was attacked in the Gali district by Russian occupiers and representatives of the Sokhumi proxy regime. Two women and two kids were kidnapped and are now threatened with death unless the father of the kids appears at a police station in Ochamchire. This fact points clearly to the grave plight of the population still living on the occupied territories".
At the same time, the Abkhazian side refuted this information.