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South Ossetia: messages about blasts of in power line are misinformation2009-10-14 17:05
South Ossetia has nothing to do with the subversive act in Hashuri district of Georgia, where, according to the messages of the authorities, the mast of the power transmission line was blown up - Committee for State Security of South Ossetia. "Practice shows that so-called terrorist acts usually happen before some significant international events," the Committee commented - Res.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As the example they presented the messages about blast of the police car in Dvani [settlement bordering on South Ossetia] in the course of Saakashvili's trip to the USA and speech in the UN General Assembly.
"This subversive act is nothing but a new attempt of the Georgian regime to distract attention of citizens from the hard situation within the country. Georgian methods of provocations have become the usual method of Georgian special services' work," the Committee added.
Tskhinval requests the world community and international organizations to pay more attention to the attitude of the Georgian people to its leaders.
Previously Georgia Times reported that according to Georgian mass media, last night unknown people attempted to blow up four high-voltage power lines in settlement Tsagvali of Khashuri district of Georgia.
Lado Vardzelashvili, the governor of Shida Kartli region, in the air of Rustavi 2 [Geogian TV company] explained that though explosive devices were installed on 4 lines, they worked only on one. The mast was damaged but neither fell nor stopped operating.