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Georgia calls RF President’s visit to South Ossetia a provocation2009-07-13 23:21
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's visit to South Ossetia the Russian leader has made today is a provocation, as stated by Georgian Vice Prime Minister, State Minister for Reintegration Temur Yakobashvili, RIA Novosti reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"It's more like a symbolic visit on the day of Nabucco signature that doesn't do credit to the Russian Federation. What economic growth in the region (in South Ossetia) can we speak about when only 15 thousand people are left there after the ethnic cleansing? This is a pure provocation", - Yakobashvili said. He especially emphasized that "this visit can be perfectly interpreted in these words: "from G8 to a minor groveler".
This is the Russian leader's first visit to the republic Moscow recognized as independent in 2008. Tskhinval people and authorities organized a greeting ceremony near the RSO presidential administration building. By a local custom Medvedev was given a wooden cup of wine, barbecues and Ossetian pies.