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Tskhinval doesn’t rule out penetration of suicide bombers in South Ossetia2010-03-29 17:56
Eduard Kokoyty, the leader of South Ossetia doesn't rule out terrorist attacks in South Ossetia. He ordered the law enforcement bodies to reinforce prevention work of subversive terrorist acts - Ministry of Press and Communications.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At the hearing with leaders of security and law enforcement structures Kokoyty paid special attention to messages about Guantanamo Bay's prisoners in Georgia.
"Considering that in immediate vicinity of South Ossetia Georgian authorities intend to open a base for training subversive agents, I cannot rule out these people will be used as suicide bombers here or in North Caucasus," Kokoyty said.
He called on maximum vigilance. "I cannot rule out repetition of similar terrorist attacks in the territory of South Ossetia," he said.
This morning two blasts occurred in Moscow metro. The first explosive device went off in Lubyanka station; the second - in Park Kultury. Over 30 killed, dozens wounded.