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South Ossetia doubts objectivity of Radio Liberty2009-10-07 16:23
According to Alan Pliyev, the deputy Foreign Minister of South Ossetia, Radio Liberty causes doubts in its objectivity, especially bearing in mind position of the USA, who doesn't recognize Georgian aggression and interprets the August events freely.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Pliyev doubts journalists of this station will objectively cover the role of the USA in arming Georgia and training Georgian army before and after August 2008.
Previously Georgia Times reported that In November 2009 Radio Liberty starts broadcasting in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Residents will be able to listen to everyday 1-hour program in Russian - Kavkazskiy Uzel.
Martins Zvaners, the radio station representative, said the Georgian and Russian editorial offices will prepare the program, journalists from all around the region - Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Georgia and Russia will be involved.