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Georgian citizen, detained in South Ossetia, set free2009-12-01 13:06
Ramaz Makasarashvili, detained yesterday in the territory of South Ossetia, was handed over to the Georgian side by border guards of the State Security Committee of South Ossetia - Res.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Georgian was detained for violating the border when driving the bus.
"We do not impede the movement of Georgians to settlement Perevi and from it. But the driver of the bus didn't stop at the border guard post, hit the bar, and instead of driving to Perevi, he turned to the right to South Ossetia, to Karzman location, and was detained by Russian border guards when leaving the settlement."
The matter is: there's only one road from Perevi to Georgia, and it goes via South Ossetia. To reach the settlement one has to cross the border.