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Georgia accused Kokoyty of assisting FSS of Russia2010-04-02 12:34
In the view of Nikoloz Laliashvili, one of the Christian Democrats leader, the demand of South Ossetian leader Kokoyty to return Truso gorge to South Ossetia was dictated by the Federal Security Service of Russia and connected with the recent statement of Russian Security Council Secretary Patrushev on possible "Georgian trace" in terrorist attacks in Moscow metro - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Kokoyty's statement isn't out of context, it's connected with Patrushev's recent statement on "Georgian trace", - Laliashvili believes. - "I have no doubt it will finally grow in a very serious provocation."
Previously Eduard Kokoyty said that South and North Ossetia must defend interests of their cicitzens, origins of the aforesaid gorge. He pointed out that the ways of solution must be admissible for both Ossetians and Georgians.
He added he wasn't surprised with the reaction of Tbilisi and the USA, when diplomats asked Russian Foreign Ministry why South Ossetia lays claim on Georgian lands. "Truso gorge never belonged to Georgia, there are dozens of Ossetian settlements," Kokoyty answered.
He added it doesn't mean defending own claims with arms. "Sooner or later Mikheil Saakashvili will leave the post of the President of Georgia, and then we'll be able to search for silutions of the problem, admissible for both peoples."
This week Nikolai Patrushev announced that in investigation of terrorist attacks in Moscow metro a "Georgian trace" can appear. He highlighted the investigation possesses information that some employees of Georgian special services support contacts with terrorist organizations. At the same time, he mentioned all versions, including the one on terrorists from North Caucasus, are being considered.
Patrushev also reminded that the Georgian leader behaves in an unpredictable manner and once has already unleashed a war.