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Georgia impedes the returning of Georgians to South Ossetia2009-08-07 18:35
Georgian authorities made obstacles to Georgians who had left South Ossetia in the course of August war and willing to return, stated Eduard Kokoyty, the leader of South Ossetia, at Tskhinval-Vladikavkaz-Moscow-Brussels telebridge.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The latest provocations, which were organized by the Georgian side, were mostly concerned to intimidate the Georgian population of South Ossetia to keep them from returning ", he stated.
According to Kokoyty, the main obstacles are the posts of the security services of Georgia "concentrated along the border of South Ossetia".
At night of July 30th from the Georgian side 3 mortar shots were fired at the suburb of Tskhinval. On August 1st - two mortar shots from the Georgian side at the monitoring post of the South Ossetian Ministry of Defense. On August 3rd - firing from Plavi [Georgia] at Otrev [South Ossetia].
The Georgian side strongly denies possibility of firing from its side and claims the shots came from South Ossetian side.