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Kokoyty: Georgia behaves irresponsibly2009-12-18 16:27
In the view of Eduard Kokoyty, the leader of South Ossetia, the irresponsible actions and statements of the present-day Georgian leaders gave the region no chance to implement agreements on release of the two Georgian teenagers - Res.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Saakashvili regime didn't stir a finger to solve the problem of these teenagers somehow, instead they put maximal efforts to impede implementation of our agreements. The Georgian side is interested neither in the teenagers' fate, nor in condition of their relatives. They are absolutely not interested in the fate of Georgian people," he said.
Kokoyty highlighted it's of principal importance to show the people of Georgia the counter-productivity of the present-day regime, the risky gambling character of its statements and steps.
The 4 Georgian teenagers were detained in Tskhinval on Novemeber 4th and tried on December 2nd . Two of them, Georgi Romelashvili and Aleko Tsabadze, both born in 1995, were released with 1 year of susprnded sentence. The two others, Levan Khmiadashvili [born 1992] and Victor Buchukuri  were sentenced to 1 year in prison.